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revised Is “UTF-8-encoded” an overuse of hypens? Does “UTF-8 encoded” require a hyphen?
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revised Did they say “hand job” in the 1800s?
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revised Did they say “hand job” in the 1800s?
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comment Yikes! Where did it come from?
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revised Did they say “hand job” in the 1800s?
Quote the sentence in context of the scene
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answered Did they say “hand job” in the 1800s?
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revised In film reviews/essays about a book or film, does the title of the movie/book always have to be highlighted/put in italics?
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revised Use of 'pagan' in an essay: is it acceptable or not?
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revised Am I using “namesake” correctly?
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revised Is there a formal word for people that are local to a place?
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revised A more formal word for 'Screwed.'
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revised How did “meta” come to mean self-referential?
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