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reviewed No Action Needed The meaning of mingle
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reviewed Reviewed Are there English equivalents to the Japanese saying, “There’s a god who puts you down as well as a god who picks you up”?
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reviewed Reviewed Is it “close the door” or “shut the door”?
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reviewed Reviewed which one should I use for this question 'faster or fast'
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reviewed No Action Needed When is a person called a “lightning rod”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is it “close the door” or “shut the door”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Would you start this with “however” or “but”?
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comment Is there a word for a cure which is also a poison?
1. I didn't vote your answer down. 2. Your link provided in the comment is still insufficient and you need to phrase whatever you want to say in the answer above to enhance its quality and such that it is understandable to a visitor. 3. Just because I expect explanation from you with regard to your answer, doesn't mean that I have the answer. That's a ludicrous proposition. 4. I am voting you down now and will vote up if your answer deserves it.
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comment Is there a word for a cure which is also a poison?
Please explain.
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reviewed No Action Needed “Iterate” vs. “Reiterate”
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reviewed No Action Needed Why might 'undelivered' be preferred to 'undeliverable' regarding mail?
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revised What is the word meaning “going on and on for miles and miles”?
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the word meaning “going on and on for miles and miles”?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the word meaning “going on and on for miles and miles”?
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suggested suggested edit on What is the word meaning “going on and on for miles and miles”?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the word meaning “going on and on for miles and miles”?
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reviewed No Action Needed Use of the term “Cowardly Act” in regards to violence