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phd with summa cum laude or phd summa cum laude

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How can I describe walking through a strong wind?

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Can disregard be held?

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A word to describe someone who is bad at handling their emotions?

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What is the term for when somebody answers your question with the same phrase as your question

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Does the English word "have" have a closer relationship with German "haben" or French "avoir"?

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What do you call a language spoken with a thick accent?

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What is an adjective for somone who displays ‘fake’ gravitas?

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Why is "State" spelt with a capital, but "federal" is not?

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Conjunction Reduction British English vs American English

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What should I name such a to-do list?

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Term used for a feeling or dream of events happening in the short or near term.

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What is the idiom/phrase you can use when someone tells you to do (the work) that he is assigned to do (in reality it is assigned to him)?

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What's the single word for "if not for intervening circumstances"

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Am I using the word “firebrand” correctly?

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Term for a syndrome where someone falls in love with their rescuer?

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Is there an English word for a skill which doesn't require voluntary actions?

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Alternative to "winner takes it all" or "first-past-the-post"

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What is the grammatical name of prefixing a word by "A"?

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so called without the negative connotations

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Can we use "soar" as a noun?

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What is this little section of concrete called?

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"If I'm making a mistake, but I do it knowingly." - erroneous or an example of purply prose?

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Is "subjugative" a word?

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Word for something that may be a problem in the future

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What’s the adjectivealform of “odaxelagnia”?

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Is there a proverb, idiom for "those only who in line of fire only understand the agony"?

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Concerning "Lex talionis," is there a stronger word than "retaliation"?

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Difference between therapy mode and modality?

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Is there a word for the ability to see through deception?

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