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comment Where did the phrase “diddly-squat” come from?
I think, if it's common in the UK, it must have been borrowed from the US.
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comment “This thing will hang me up if I live to be.”
A little more context, please.
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answered What does “God is subtle, but He is not malicious” mean?
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answered What does this mean: “Avoid oral calcium, dairy products, shark cartilage & exercise during the medication.”
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comment What is the opposite of “Could you talk a little louder”?
I usually ask my kids "Am I thinking too loud for you?"
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revised What's the difference between “swollen” and “inflamed”?
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