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Jack Robbin
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"Dependence" vs. "dependency"

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"Started to work" vs "Started working"

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Does America have its Versions of U- and Non-U English?

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What do you call a person who is regionally biased?

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"I think him to be about 50" or "I think he is about 50"?

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My shoes can't think; how can they be sensible?

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Looking for a single word for 'blind worship'

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"Comic" vs. "comical"

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Is “ O’Leary’s’s ” orthographically correct?

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Are words "Sophisticated" and "Sophism" logically connected?

2 votes

when to use "of" and when not?

2 votes

Origin of the expression "Get stoned"

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Is there a word that describes 'the study of measuring distances'?

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Can "decided" be used this way?

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In soccer, is there "a goal" or "goals" at each end of the pitch?

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Why is the letter J so common in names of people who go by their initials?

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Meaning of "Chase a Crooked Shadow"?

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What does "the guns of spring" mean?

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Usage of "must have" in past tenses

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Regards & Regard

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"One way would be" vs "One way will be"?

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"It's taking me forever" vs "It has been taking me forever"

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How should I understand this comment from Mark Twain about Chicago?

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Difference between "presently" and "shortly"

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What was the original purpose and origin of complimentary closes?

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"Appear" and "seem"

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Is 'low speed' finally proving its merit?

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Is it possible to say "to or fro", or only "to and fro" is acceptable?

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Does the word "gentleman" retain the distinction "of leisurely lifestyle" anywhere in British English?

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Why do you say "friend of mine" instead of "friend of me"?