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answered “I, for one, don't know ”
Apr
22
comment What’s the difference between “in” and “at” when used before a Location/Site/Country/County etc
got clarified by looking into this answer english.stackexchange.com/a/87310/36028 In is used for a general location and at is used for a more precise location..
Apr
22
comment What’s the difference between “in” and “at” when used before a Location/Site/Country/County etc
I don't understand when "In" should be used in regard to places..coz there is always no reason for "In" to be used in 3D space..because as @DaveBoltman says, its correct to say some cities or countries, like "I live in India", "I'm in Mumbai right now".
Mar
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asked Use of person years experience or another word for combined experience
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answered Is there a word for someone being both 'Spectator and Participant'?
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Jan
22
comment What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
okay that was a close one...had to see this with the picture for confirmation web-books.com/Classics/ON/B0/B898/090MB898.html and that was the position of snake i had a picture of in my mind...
Jan
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accepted What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
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comment What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
mesmerizes seems to be somewhat near..but i need something more than that...especially when its in a bad mood to bite someone...
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asked What is it called when a snake is showing its head when angry?
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answered What's the difference between 'just' and 'fair'?