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Jeffrey Kemp
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What is the difference between rotate and revolve?

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A word for "taking some foods from pot and putting it in to the plate"

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Difference between Letter and Alphabet in English

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"Very much true": how often have you heard a native speaker say that?

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Should I use price, cost, or rate when referring to rent?

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"Can" or "could", which is grammatically correct?

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This, that and it for non-material objects

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When you use the term stereotype in this context, are you implying it's true or relatively accurate of a group?

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Use of the word 'relishing'

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Regarding usage of "both"

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What is the appropriate verb for making a judicial decision to punish someone?

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Tower of Babel, what is the meaning of the following verse?

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Questions without a subject

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How prevalent is this reversal of "yes" and "no"?

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Another phrase like "Having a grand old time"?

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Inverse of "being a fan of"?

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Time before now vs. time before us

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Adjective that describes a person who shows a lot of enthusiasm in the beginning but gets bored gradually?

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Word for letting something pass through unmodified

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Do you say "I have gone diving before" or "I have been diving before"?

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Is there a word for not taking the specific date into account when calculating an age?

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Capitalization after '3D'

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Software bug formal usage

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How to correctly capitalize words inside of brackets/parentheses in article names and book titles?

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Can one use a question mark after "Please"?

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how should several "and"s without any punctuation be understood?

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Is it correct to use a comma in the following case?

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Is it 'a flight' or 'flights' when two people travel together?

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Parsing verb objects

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Why do we use the term "and how"?