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"Trespassed" is a term used in New Zealand in reference to delivering a "Trespass Notice" to someone. A trespass notice does not mean that the person has actually been trespassing on the property, but instead is a notice that if they do not leave the property and/or if they return to the property in the future then they will be ...


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You could use the verb “endeavour”. “I will endeavour to fulfil the contract” Your problem is often solved by using the phrase “make best effort”.


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"Does" Rule: Singular nouns (an idealistic world) take singular verbs (does) after them; Plural nouns (idealistic worlds) take plural verbs (do) after them.


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OK. You all must be too young! "Slap me five" was a term used in the 60s and 70s, when one person put their hand out in front of them and the other person slapped their hand. It was a gesture, like a greeting. A "cool" way of saying "hello." Probably more common in urban or inner city settings. "Slap me Five" and "...


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