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A universal term for "educación básica y media"

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"jam," "jelly," and "jello" in AmEng vernacular

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What is a person who fakes responses on a survey?

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Idiom for a speech with redundant information

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Term for dirt / grime from frequent touching

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"When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry." --- What does it mean?

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Formal way of saying "I'm on it"

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What do you call the container that looks like a ‘Pringles bottle’?

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Borrowing concepts from another religion?

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Meaning of "half-crown enclosure"

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An adjective for "censorship" when it is really strong

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Authors who "fracture" the language

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What is the term to describe someone who deliberately drives into oncoming traffic?

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Word for the sheets replacing room doors in East Asian countries

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What are people, male or female, working in a Brothel, called?

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Why is the indefinite article used in "as a last resort"?

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Not sure if this is correct or not: "the ability to be able to"

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What are these seemingly incorrect sentences called?

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Is 'this follows from~' grammatically right?

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How to denote a number if # cannot be used? (What are alternatives to # symbol?)

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Counterpart to Confidante: Word for Someone Crying out for Help

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“Conflict” Resolution: How to decide if two words are generally “unmistakable”?

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What is a word for a hidden story beneath the main one?

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Any article is required before [new] if following noun is singular?

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Is the usage of "I thank you" correct?

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Less than/Fewer than 20 percent of the doctors replied

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Difference between "Up to you" and "As you want"

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Can't read a word from an old document

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“Quality cannot be tested in” idiom

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Antonym for "posthumous"

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