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accepted What is the word for a person who does the opposite of what he speaks?
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revised Exclusive “from” or “to”
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revised “Maybe” versus “perhaps”
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comment “Maybe” versus “perhaps”
possibly, perhaps: both the words are synonym to each other. How can this thing be meaningful? And one more thing, what is "set phrase"?
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suggested approved edit on “Maybe” versus “perhaps”
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revised Does the term “Asian” have different meanings among various English-speaking countries?
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