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Dec
9
revised Word that means having eaten one's fill
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Dec
6
revised Thinking way ahead and into unnecessary details
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Dec
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revised Thinking way ahead and into unnecessary details
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Dec
4
revised Which Sentence Does Not Belong Here?
The title was incorrect. [what|which]
Nov
26
revised Which Sentence Does Not Belong Here?
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Nov
24
revised What is the word to describe a situation when rival gangs come together to figure out who is stronger?
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Nov
24
revised How to name something that is common for two competing theories?
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Nov
23
revised What is a Metaphor for “Being Thrown Into a Completely New Environment”
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Nov
13
revised On using a plural for an action to be performed multiple times
Depersonalised, and shortened question.
Nov
8
revised What is the difference between “deployment” and “release”?
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Nov
8
revised What is the difference between “deployment” and “release”?
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Nov
7
revised What is the difference between “deployment” and “release”?
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Nov
1
revised Word for “moving up one conceptual level”
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Nov
1
revised Word for “moving up one conceptual level”
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Nov
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revised Is it improper to say “count till a hundred”?
Made the question cleaner, and more to the point.
Nov
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revised Is it correct to use the verb 'land' in the passive form?
Fixed poor English - this might belong on ELL.
May
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revised What can you call someone who does not have a say in choices that completely affect him?
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Apr
24
revised single word that means which can be constructed at home
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Oct
9
revised Are there counterpart English expressions to Japanese proverb, "the nail that pops up is always hammered down?
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Jul
18
revised Are there counterpart English expressions to Japanese proverb, "the nail that pops up is always hammered down?
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