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Multi-parametric based scheme OR multi-parameter based scheme OR multiple-parametric scheme?

I am a researcher and have developed a scheme which is based on multiple parameters to work. What should be the grammatically correct title for the scheme among the given. A multi-parametric based ...
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Get the best of VS Get the best out of

I'm wondering if there's a difference in meaning between these two: Get the best of VS Get the Best out of Get the best of your washing machine I understand that the washing machine might not be ...
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How to ask this question. Which one have the most morality? [closed]

What is the correct use of this? May Both be wrong? Which one have the most morality? or Which one have the most morale?
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Most like / Like most [closed]

My question has to do with the placement of "most" before or after the verb. Is the following sentence correct/acceptable? I most like apples. Alternatives: I like most apples. I like apples ...
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“Which do you like best?” or “Which do you like most?”

Is there any difference in usage between these two sentences? Which do you like best? Which do you like most? I've read there is a slight difference in usage - a subtlety - and ...
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“Like something more” or “like something better”

When people like something more than something else, it's common for me to hear them say they like it better than something else. Is this proper English? I've always thought the word more fits better, ...