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This tag is for questions about phrases in the linguistic sense. In linguistics a “phrase” is a group of words that make a unit of syntax with a single grammatical function. Use [phrase-requests] if you are searching for a phrase.

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Mix of Sun and Clouds

"Partly cloudy," "partly sunny," "mostly cloudy," and "mostly sunny" are on a list of "General Forecast Terminology" published by NOAA.1 Each denotes a specific ratio of sun and clouds. These terms ar …
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Question Regarding Possessives with ('s) and (of)

"Correct" is beside the point here. Nothing says that language should be logical of free of redundancies. Suffice it to say that double possessives are both common and colloquial in English. Search …
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