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reviewed Leave Open What is the difference between 'in the bed' and 'in bed'?
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reviewed Close “With his face (being) red, he shouted at the top of his lungs.” Which sentence do I have to use?
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reviewed Leave Open Using of and for responsibly
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reviewed Close Correct way of expressing this phrase
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reviewed Close they would be moved to terror at the gods’ indifference
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reviewed Close petabyte vs terabyte, which one?
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reviewed Close What would you call an entity that is indestructible, but harmless to others?(read statement)
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reviewed Leave Open go at it with everything you've got vs go for it with everything you've got
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reviewed Close Difference between 'derives from' and 'prompted by'
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reviewed Close Meaning of up front
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reviewed Close Comma between No and seriously?
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reviewed Close “None saw this coming.” - Is it grammatically correct?
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reviewed Close Sporting beard Vs keeping beard
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reviewed Leave Open Is it “close the door” or “shut the door”?
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comment What's the difference between “him/her” and “them”?
It's a common usage, and has been for a very long time. Using them above avoids both the potential sexism implied by using one or other "gender-specific" alternatives, or the tiresome "workaround" of him or herself.