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answered An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end
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revised An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end
Correct place name.
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revised Simple sentences that demonstrate differences among similar-looking words
A sure thing.
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comment “Season” vs. “series”
Ahem, Doctor Who, name not title. ;-)
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comment What are “real stores” called in English, as opposed to “online stores”?
@vartec: you're right on both points, but that doesn't affect how I've experienced the phrase being used in recent years. It's common in conversation, where familiarity can trump precision, but probably less relevant to the OP's software.
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comment What are “real stores” called in English, as opposed to “online stores”?
@Colin, yep, I'd say "shop", but I wanted to emphasise the High St bit.
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