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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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The second usage is correct. An even better expression might be "We are opposed to removing ..." I would also suggest that you probably mean resources rather than resource - it seems unlikely that y …
answered Mar 10 '14 by Dale M
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How about: Ramble Constitutional Meander Stroll
answered Sep 6 '13 by Dale M
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"a long time later" describes a passage of time between 2 events. A common usage would be in a narrative to link to scenes, the second of which happens "a long time" after the first. Your usage is in …
answered Oct 8 '14 by Dale M