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comment plural objects and relative clause
@Mari-LouA: For instance, by smell or through an open door or window.
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revised Is there a word for “a variety of breakfast foods”
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reviewed Leave Closed Subject-Verb Agreement - was/were
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reviewed Leave Closed How to say that something doesn't take a lot of memory
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reviewed Leave Closed Inoffensive exclamatory word to express surprise
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reviewed Leave Closed What is the longest dictionary word you can spell where continuing to remove the final letter
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comment Word for sharing an old experience with someone new
@DanBron is correct that "relive" usually carries a negative connotation but that connotation is quickly removed in the appropriate context. The most common positive example is "relive the glory days."
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comment How to express connection between several items
+1 but you can also use something like "due to hindering factors" instead of "from hindering factors".
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accepted Is there a term for the stereotypical Japanese ghost girl with a white dress and long black hair that mostly covers her face?
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comment Is there a term for the stereotypical Japanese ghost girl with a white dress and long black hair that mostly covers her face?
I don't suppose you know how to pronounce that?
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reviewed Leave Closed Why to Use The Present Indefinite Tense and Not Past Tense?
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reviewed Leave Closed Comma(s) when starting a sentence with both an introductory element and participial clause
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reviewed Leave Closed “Her whole family IS/ARE biologists”?
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comment Is there a term for the stereotypical Japanese ghost girl with a white dress and long black hair that mostly covers her face?
From that article: "In general, yōkai is a broad term, and can be used to encompass virtually all monsters and supernatural beings, even including creatures from European folklore on occasion." This is a good start but it does seem too broad.