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answered What would be an appropriate opposite of “exceed”?
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comment What would be an appropriate opposite of “exceed”?
It seems a bit of a mixed comparison. I would be inclined to give each man his own sentence.
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comment Why is it “The King's Speech” but “Le Discours d'un Roi”?
@Malvolio, +1 for the Futurama reference.
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comment “Knocked up” to mean “woken up”
Be glad he didn't ejaculate.
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comment “Even though” vs. “even if”
I would also add even if can carry an indifference or reckless connotation. Very similar to the comment above but slightly different. I will do it even though it will kill me. sounds pretty resigned. I will do it even if it will kill me. meaning I'm sure it will kill me and I'm willing to do it anyway.
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comment What are the correct titles for the attendee/guest relationship?
Seriously though, can you provide more information on why you need this particular relationship defined? Is this for a practical reason, for instance, a speech or program at the event where this relationship needs a specific reference, or are you just curious?
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comment What are the correct titles for the attendee/guest relationship?
...Meal ticket?
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answered What are the principles that make certain lists sound euphonious?
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answered Are there other idioms like “a stone's throw away” that both describe an activity and act as a measurement?
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answered Why is it “The King's Speech” but “Le Discours d'un Roi”?
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answered What are some examples of awkward sounding but grammatically correct sentences?
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