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Is "those information" valid, or is it "this information"?
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'This': 'information' is the noun for which 'this' is used as the demonstrative pronoun. Since information- is singular, this - is too, no matter what the information consists of.

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Antonym for 'preaching to the choir'
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You might be looking for - "Being the devil's advocate" - advocating an opposing view (that you may or may not support but the listener firmly does) , often for the sake of argument (opposing for ...

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Do or Does - help please
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Does. Here's reference: Look at this document from Purdue University's writing lab. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/599/01/ Point 3 clearly states that the verb should take the form of ...

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Verbs or phrases to buy something which are specifically for sale later?
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Preorder- noun An order for an item that has not yet been made commercially available. Reference :http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/preorder

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What do you call a cylinder with a hole down the center?
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This is what I remember using in geometry class: "coaxial cylinders". Pipe is correct too. Disclaiming that the hole is not implied there. This question is very close to yours, check it out.

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Comma after 'is'?
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I think the correct sentence would be : " The question is where we get the money to pay for it." (No question mark) Edit: In short, no, it's not correct to put a comma between the two clauses in ...

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A word for the feeling that only last a few moments
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Epiphany. ( relates to 'Eureka') Reference: Wikipedia An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, "manifestation, striking appearance") is an experience of sudden and striking ...

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Word to describe quality being fit to each other
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Complementary: serving to fill out or complete Reference : Merriam Webster online dictionary

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Not true in general, but possibly true in some cases
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Infrequently, occasionally, sporadically

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Word for song sung by cover band, or not original singer?
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"Rendition" is typically used in the context of classical music. It does not always imply 'not original' but in most usages it does. Meaning: a performance or interpretation, especially of a ...

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‘Your dream’ vs. ‘your dream in life’
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If you must use the word 'life' regarding the dream, try 'your lifelong dream'.

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