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Is there premodification in this noun phrase "too many victims"

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Is the phrase ‘think past something to something’ an idiom or just a plain verb + adverb combination?

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"One is lost to understand" idiomatic or mistake?

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What part of speech is the word "having" in this context?

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Somebody is gonna kiss the donkey

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Origin of the phrases “third time’s the charm” and “third time lucky”?

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What is the origin of the phrase "great minds think alike"?

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Is there an idiom that corresponds to the Hungarian expression "fall off the other side of the horse"?

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"Flitter lip!" to mean 'darn'

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How common is 'Sweet as.' in the rest of the world?

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Origin of "Butter wouldn't melt in his/her mouth."

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"In regard to" or "in regards to"

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Is it appropriate to say "I've never been" when referring to a place, omitting the adverb "there" from the phrase?

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Let's assume X+into is a phrasal verb meaning A. X is also used with into again but with a different meaning (B) Can we count it as a phrasal verb?

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