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This tag is for questions about the meaning of a longer passage of English. A SPECIFIC CONCERN must be emphasized.

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It's a (grammatically correct) double negative saying that something (law) is not a part of a group of things someone can't do... -.- So, if we flipped each one (you have to be mindful of maintaining …
answered Aug 3 '18 by tidbertum
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"To sleep on" something means: To postpone a decision until the following day so that one has additional time to consider it. Rather than "acting on it," you're "sleeping on it" :) It doesn't …
answered Aug 3 '18 by tidbertum
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Good question. TBH, I'm not sure why, in both cases, it isn't in latin declension? (just "us" not "ous" -- greek?) **Edit - leaving parenthetical up. upon reflection, i think -us still noun, -ous, …
answered Jul 21 '18 by tidbertum