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reviewed Edit Is the word “palaver” in common use anywhere in the English-speaking world?
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revised Is the word “palaver” in common use anywhere in the English-speaking world?
Changed it to be a more fact asking question than a personal asking; added ? to title and removed extra parens
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comment Is the word “palaver” in common use anywhere in the English-speaking world?
@DanBron I thought the old West association was with "paladin" due to the Ballad of Paladin, Have Gun Will Travel. Is palaver a cognate of paladin? I remember the Gunslinger, Roland, in The Dark Tower, but I thought that was based on paladin too.
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reviewed Leave Closed Asking for more time in AmE
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reviewed Leave Closed Infinitive in complex sentence: 'we will do your best in order to ensure the debate be vivid and fruitful.'
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reviewed Leave Closed what does 'swing your other leg over' mean?
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reviewed Close Usage of touch the wood?
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reviewed Close “manufacturing time” vs. “manufacture time”
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reviewed Close Etymology: to avail oneself of
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reviewed Close Is there any saying or idiom to describe the opposite of “blessing in disguise”?
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reviewed Close What is the meaning of “so not much…, but rather…”?
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reviewed Close Names of specific phobias
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reviewed Close What is a word or phrase for how you feel when you discover something that you don't think you can have
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reviewed Close Opposite of a requiem
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reviewed Close which is all they need in
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reviewed Close Is that correct to say?
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reviewed Close Outdoors vs in the outdoors
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reviewed Close Neither, or nor, or both
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reviewed Close A sentence with double negative
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reviewed Close Am I using footnotes correctly here?