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David McKnight
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Is there any word in English where "th" sounds like "t+h"?

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Adjective for 'being able to use magic' or 'being able to cast spells'

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How to use "In the span of"?

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Regarding "glue on"

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Is "use" as a verb being used properly in this summary sentence?

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Describing Distance

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Is there a word for "colors in the order of the rainbow"?

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Are English Wikipedia articles written in British English (BrE) or American English (AmE)?

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Usage of "credence"

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Deaths of both Romeo and Juliet or death of both Romeo and Juliet

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but certainly or but,certainly?

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Is it not allowed to use "there, where S V"?

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They have been vs. they will have been

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Is 'steel-toed' shoes acceptable usage?

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Before vs previously

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Using "One day before"

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How to ask a person who has just arrived about the road

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What is "Narnia-like"?

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antonym of pre-requisite

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"Meet me" VS "Meet you"

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What makes cliche a useful distinct term as compared to idiom

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Comma or semicolon?

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circle -> disk, rectangle ->?

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Which is correct use of comma in this phrase

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Order of placing Mr. and Mrs. in a wedding card

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Is it correct to say: 'I wish I would (not) do something!'?

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The graph comprises vertices only/solely/exclusively/entirely from one of the sets A and B.

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When I am quoting something does it need to be incorporated into my own sentence? (Also, should I use an ellipsis?)

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How to understand the pronunciation of informal English?

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Noun corresponding to good