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answered Using “only” to describe amounts? Is it used correctly here?
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awarded  Notable Question
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answered Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?
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accepted Difference between “hypnotic” and “hypnotizing”
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comment Difference between “hypnotic” and “hypnotizing”
You are quite right that hypnotic is the more commonly-used word, according to Google NGrams
Jan
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asked Difference between “hypnotic” and “hypnotizing”
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answered Word for the opposite of “hypochondria”
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answered Equivalent of “false alarm” in a positive context
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comment “Mesh, Solid or Surface modeling technology” vs. “Mesh, Solid or Surface modeling technologies”
I like these choices but I would remove "from" in your second choice, so it would read "Select among Mesh..."
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asked Is “leisurely” still acceptable as an adverb?
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answered Less formal synonyms for “barred”
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accepted Does 'soi-disant' have a close English equivalent?
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comment Does 'soi-disant' have a close English equivalent?
+1 for a link to a Saki story I haven't read in thirty years, thank you!