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reviewed Close Thanks be to you, John
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reviewed Close “I would like to inform you”, or “I would to inform you”?
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reviewed Close Am I using “such” right?
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reviewed Close “Same old, same old”
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reviewed Close I don't understand the connection in the following sentence
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reviewed Close Discrete data vs cumulative data
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reviewed Close A thesaurus with archaic and obsolete words
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reviewed Close To gain insight (on/into). Two examples
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reviewed Close How to list books in an essay (in-text)?
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reviewed Reject Which of the following is correct (or better): “Two Players” or “Two Player” as a game menu item?
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reviewed Close Would be vs. would have been
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reviewed Leave Open The expression “not so much”
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reviewed Close What should be a term of an item in Knowledge Base structure?
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comment What should be a term of an item in Knowledge Base structure?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about user interface elements. ux.stackexchange.com would likely be a better place for it.
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reviewed Leave Open What is the origin of the noun “craic”?
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reviewed Close order of magnitude of words describing the size of a group
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reviewed Close Relative pronouns and Like doing or Like to do?
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reviewed Close Is it correct to say “It was not happened”?
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reviewed Leave Open An alternative valediction to “godspeed” wishing someone success in a venture