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Jul
31
revised Are “on par” and “in parity” equivalent expressions?
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Jul
16
revised Name for someone whose interest might be to discredit one's results by trying to find hypothetical mistakes?
Because it's shorter.
Oct
16
revised What is the opposite of mass-transit?
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Oct
11
revised What is the opposite of mass-transit?
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Sep
5
revised Two crows being an attempted murder
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Sep
5
revised Two crows being an attempted murder
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Aug
12
revised Correcting the usage of singular “they” and “their”
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Aug
12
revised Correcting the usage of singular “they” and “their”
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Aug
11
revised Correcting the usage of singular “they” and “their”
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Aug
10
revised Correcting the usage of singular “they” and “their”
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Aug
10
revised Correcting the usage of singular “they” and “their”
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Jul
8
revised What does “themself” mean?
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Jul
8
revised What does “themself” mean?
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Jul
8
revised What does “themself” mean?
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Jul
4
revised Usage frequency for “gambit”
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Jun
7
revised Plural/singular form for a company in American English?
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Jan
19
revised Correct name of an agreement used as a template for individual ones
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Jan
11
revised Idiom for trying and failing, falling short and being disapproved
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Jan
5
revised Alternatives to twist-off
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Dec
31
revised Beauty and beholder in respect to other senses
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