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comment To add someone “to” Facebook or “on” Facebook
Do you need any additional information other than what has been discussed in the existing answers before you have an acceptable answer?
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revised Meaning of terms of shoe laces
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answered What is more appropriate, “data” or “information” when referring to facts about something. What's the difference really?
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answered “I have no charge on my cellphone” or “my cellphone is out of charge”?
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comment Is the expression “may or may not” semantically void?
@deceze: That is covered under my statement that "it's not meant to give a clear indication that one option is more likely than the other". You would have to be prepared to handle both cases.
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comment Definite article before schools, colleges, and universities
Corrected my post. Thanks!
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answered Is the expression “may or may not” semantically void?
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answered Question directed to someone or at someone?
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answered Definite article before schools, colleges, and universities
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revised What is the difference between engagement and promise?
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