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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
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accepted Word for sensation of lifting an unexpectedly light object?
Sep
27
comment Word for sensation of lifting an unexpectedly light object?
I would like to mark yours as the answer but that link is paywalled. Could you copy and paste it here?
Sep
27
asked Word for sensation of lifting an unexpectedly light object?
Apr
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awarded  Critic
Apr
30
comment Word for children that have a babysitter or au pair
While formally correct (so +1) I cannot imagine anyone using such a phrase in a normal conversation without getting a funny look.
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Many more vs much more / many fewer vs much fewer
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asked Many more vs much more / many fewer vs much fewer
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
22
accepted Origins of the word “mother”
Feb
22
awarded  Student
Feb
22
comment Origins of the word “mother”
Interesting. Is Mandarin considered an Indian language? Taxonomically, how does that fit in?
Feb
22
asked Origins of the word “mother”
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awarded  Autobiographer