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Difference between "delete" and "remove"

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What does a single letter "J" mean in emailing?

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"Consist in" vs. "consist of"

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"Sign up" vs. "signup"

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Independent/independently of/from

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What is the opposite of "abstain"?

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What are the words for the different parts of a ticket?

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What does "non-normative" mean in this context?

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What is the correct way to use infinitive after the verb "help": with or without "to"?

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Is there a difference between "leading edge" and "bleeding edge"?

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What is the difference between "illicit" and "illegal"?

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Difference between "commit suicide" and "suicide"

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Is "of" instead of "have" correct?

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What's the difference between "mistrust" and "distrust"?

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Is there a name for someone who calls someone else what he himself is?

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Past tense of 'to output': output or outputted?

33 votes

Are there similar figurative expressions in English to Japanese proverb, “メッキが剥げる – the gilding peels off” to describe to show one’s true color?

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What is the inverse of "guardian"?

30 votes

King James Bible archaic style

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What are the treads on the side of the highway called?

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Apostrophe vs. Single Quote

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"Broadcast" or "broadcasted"

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Proper way to handle plurals with “whose”

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(k+1)th or (k+1)st?

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Gender neutral reflexive pronoun — equivalent to "himself" and "herself"

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"Compared to" vs "as compared to"

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Phrase when you offer someone something but it's really them who are paying for it

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"Known unknown" vs. "unknown known"

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What does "duly" mean in the phrase "duly noted"?

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A word for 'to exist in the same place as something else'

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