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Al Maki
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What is an informal term for a person who can't do anything right?

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Is there a phrase for the re-establishment of friendship with someone?

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What is an "alternative fact"?

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a word for "unrealistic wish"

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Is there any all-purpose opposite for "in person"?

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Why is "envy" is considred a sin while "envious" is a rather desirable attribute?

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What is the origin of 'as long as' meaning 'on condition that'?

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How should I say "I don't have anything useful to say so I am quiet"?

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Single word request for exercise book

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What's the word that describes the strenuousness of an animal untenably struggling to help itself?

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Term for a person with no financial debts or obligations

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What is a word for someone who is good at making connections between different subjects?

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One-word adverb meaning 'with difficulty', 'not easily'?

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Meaning of "all the shadows had crept under their proper trees"?

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Is using the word "snafu" instead of the word "problem" correct?

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class vs. group

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What's a single word for a person who doesn't follow the crowd?

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An email to sent two people and how to distinguish "you"

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Word for someone who studies to become a teacher

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Name of the sensation you feel when confronted by the immensity of something like the sea or the universe)?

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Usage : Am yet to read those

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Is there any word for "conversation with myself"?

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What is the difference between a cable and a cord?

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What non-religious expressions can I use instead of "Thank God"?

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A word for a word describing a property of a list entry

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A word for a military unit still functioning?

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Synonymous idiom for "more x than you can shake a stick at"

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The usage of "conversion"

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"bedrock" vs. "hardpan" for "very basis; foundation"

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The choice between the plural and the singular in complex concept