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May
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comment One word to describe the meaning of life?
Now that I look back at my question, it was so clear... 42.
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accepted What word describes things that are similar yet different?
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comment Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
In other words, you can't just make up your own grammatical rules based on a single phrase.
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comment Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
Oh but you see "Let's eat grandma" isn't a proper representation of the original intention in the first place - it's a whole different meaning obviously.
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comment Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
"The colours of your neighbours"
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revised Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
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Dec
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comment Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
For the record: facebook.com/…
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asked Is there supposed to be a comma when the word “had” is used 4 times in a row?
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comment What word describes things that are similar yet different?
Actually I didn't realize there were two similar words describing the two different pieces to this scenario. What I was looking for was the word which can fit "The word Car is a ___ of a Truck".