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answered How was 'Sundae' derived from 'Sunday'?
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answered “To hear” or “to hearing”?
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answered “has been” vs “have been”
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answered Why is it “The King's Speech” but “Le Discours d'un Roi”?
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answered What is meant by the phrase “which is to say”?
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answered “Shnide”? “Schneid”? Which is it and what's this term's origin?
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answered Are there other idioms like “a stone's throw away” that both describe an activity and act as a measurement?
Mar
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answered Confusion about a stanza from Rudyard Kipling
Mar
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answered “Millions” versus “million”
Mar
10
answered Has there been an Anglo-Saxon movement in English?
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10
answered What adjective would best describe adjectives that are related to feelings?
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answered “Senseless” and “irrelevant” synonyms of “unreasonable”
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answered Is single usage of “personality” in “Multiple Personality” jargon or correct English?
Mar
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answered What is the correct usage of “whom”?
Mar
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answered Fishing terminology: What phrase describes a fish getting caught on the hook?
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answered Usage of “p.” versus “pp.” versus “pg.” to denote page numbers and page ranges
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answered Can “vetted” be used to mean somebody to whom some restrictions are not applied?
Feb
28
answered What's the reason of prepositioning Internet with “on” but not “in”?
Feb
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answered What's the opposite of “Rest In Peace”?
Feb
23
answered How did the phrase “much of a muchness” come to be?