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revised Word for devastativeness?
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answered Word for devastativeness?
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comment What do you call an indoor water tap?
Note however that even in American English we refer to water from a faucet as "tap water."
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accepted Why is it correct to say “He came and said something to me” but not “He came and said to me something”?
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reviewed Approve Why is it correct to say “He came and said something to me” but not “He came and said to me something”?
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asked Why is it correct to say “He came and said something to me” but not “He came and said to me something”?