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comment What should I call a place that sells “street food”?
@CandiedOrange Selling food on a terrace is not selling it on the street.
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comment What rules make “Remember me, who am your friend” grammatical?
@EdwinAshworth Try out this ngram then: books.google.com/ngrams/…
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comment Is the use of “all set” exclusive to certain regions?
@EdwinAshworth No, I don't. I'm in England; there's no reason to believe that the writer of that script has ever even been to England.
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comment Is the use of “all set” exclusive to certain regions?
@EdwinAshworth Your evidence for this as English idiom is that you saw it in a Hollywood movie?
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comment Which is the most formal way to address a man, “Dear Sir” or “Dear Michael”?
@Sarah Don't do that. "To whom it may concern" or "Dear Sirs" (for an organisation) is vastly preferred.
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answered Which is the most formal way to address a man, “Dear Sir” or “Dear Michael”?
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answered Is the § character recognizable as an icon for legal matters in English speaking countries?
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comment Is the use of “all set” exclusive to certain regions?
This isn't really responsive to the question. It's not "Is this a usage which exists?", it's "Where does this usage exist?"
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comment Name for the stick running through the small and narrow leaf of a big coconut leaf
@mplungjan By no means should you delete a correct answer which is not absolutely identical in all ways to (or a strict subset of) another answer.
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comment What does “over” mean here?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about the Belgian law of secured lending
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comment What does “over” mean here?
The translation is correct. There's a difference between a business and the assets of its undertaking ("fond(s) de commerce").
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answered What does “over” mean here?