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revised What is the meaning of the phrase: “N weeks ago tomorrow”?
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comment Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)
"The plane arrived on time," or "the plane reached the terminal on time," not, "the plane reached on time."
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Mar
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revised Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)
improved formatting, grammar
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answered Which one is correct? (Usage of “reach” vs. “arrive”)
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answered What is the meaning of the phrase: “N weeks ago tomorrow”?
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comment What is the proper preposition for this question?
As I mentioned above, "Not by my watch," means "Well, according to your watch I may be late, but according to my watch, I'm not late. The second guy was insisting on his promptness by suggesting his watch stated he was on time, though the first guy's watch may have been fast, indicating he was late.
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answered What is the proper preposition for this question?
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comment “By foot” vs. “on foot”
@aliya No hard feelings. I'm new, too. Thanks for accepting.
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asked Is it always bad to use “get” or “got”?
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answered Usage of “if and only if” as a nontechnical term
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suggested suggested edit on What does the phrase “I’m down with” mean?
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comment Can I say, “Your example was quite graphical”?
Though this often has a connotation of "bloody" or "violent." Maybe "highly illustrative" (as Kelly mentioned) would more effectively express what he seeks.
Mar
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comment What is the word for “understandable by specific group”?
Are you looking for "classifiable?" maybe a little more context would help explain which word you seek.
Mar
26
answered What is the etymology of “blackguard”? Does this British-sounding word have subtleties in its use?
Mar
26
answered Present or Past tense to describe a past condition which is still present?
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answered Does a nominative sentence suggest that a characteristic is more of a permanent feature?
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comment “By foot” vs. “on foot”
@aliya please accept answer if this is what you needed