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comment What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
Thanks anyway but it was already suggested by tylerharms in his comments. :) Also the (of a person) makes me think its only for people and not animals. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Dec
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revised What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
corrected spelling
Dec
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revised depleting or depletion?
formatted the example
Oct
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revised Formal way of saying “blah blah blah” or “…” to indicate generic filler or omissions in a document when providing examples
formatted properly
Oct
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comment No, not, and non
Do you mean "exceptions"? Please correct if yes.
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Oct
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comment What is the word to refer to customers who are no longer visiting?
Inactive customers, old customers?
Oct
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comment Word for seeing small differences between groups, when you're a member
Are you looking for this? ethnic group - relating to or characteristic of a human group having racial, religious, linguistic, and certain other traits in common
Oct
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comment “Birthday” vs. “anniversary”
In India its, Republic Day (Jan 26) and Independence day(Aug 15) as well. That makes more sense.
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revised What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
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comment Single English word for Family Tree?
What about Hierarchy?
Jul
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revised Who knocks at the door? Who does knock at the door?
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Jul
23
comment Which is correct? (both .. and)
I think the first one is correct but I'm not sure about the other three sentences though.