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A native English speaker will know what you mean when you say "we are expecting". The baby part is a little redundant.
answered Nov 5 '14 by Jason Hutchinson
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You can use clustered for plural and non-clustered for the singular. That is a common term in IT when dealing with server infrastructure. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_cluster
answered May 22 '15 by Jason Hutchinson
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You can use the phrase: The surgery was a success but the patient died. Used in this way, you can show that even if the job was done properly, it does not address the full scope of the problem.
answered Aug 22 '16 by Jason Hutchinson
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Probie can be used if a new employee is on probation. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/probie noun, Informal. 1. a probationer, especially a firefighter who has recently joined a depart …
answered Mar 19 '15 by Jason Hutchinson
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I'm not sure if this fits exactly, but workaholic is someone who works too much. I guess it could apply to someone who would rather work than sleep.
answered Nov 13 '14 by Jason Hutchinson