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Henry
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How should "midnight on..." be interpreted?

27 votes

Friendlier way to express you paid for a person's drink/dinner and expect it to be paid back

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Family name pluralization when the homonymic noun forms an irregular plural

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"One another" or "one and other"

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"e-mail me" or "e-mail to me"?

14 votes

Substitute X for Y

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Is using passive voice "bad form"?

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"Till death do us part"

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Origin of different past tenses for verbs with the same endings?

9 votes

Is there a name for someone who calls someone else what he himself is?

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Quote about miscellany (?)

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What is the pejorative for people who only practice their faith while at the place of worship?

8 votes

Use of the superlative when only two items are present

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Is there an English word meaning "the use of uncommon words"?

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Which one is the most general: "ox", "bull", "bison" or "buffalo"?

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Exsanguination or Desanguination?

5 votes

What does “raising the debt ceiling is not groovy” mean? Is the word “groovy" obsolete among the youth of America”?

5 votes

Is this DFW line a run on sentence?

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Can itself be used for a group of people?

5 votes

talking about a schizophrenic!

4 votes

What does "it takes a tough man to make a tender chicken" mean?

4 votes

end-to-end alternatives

4 votes

Answering questions with a negation at the end

4 votes

Is 'uniquer' a word?

3 votes

Communicate via written notes - although native speakers?

3 votes

"Go, Yankees!", "Go, Tigers!", etc. — go where?

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Does "or" mean both conditions?

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Meaning of seeming contradiction

2 votes

Five percent VS The five percent

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Usage and example of the word “litotes”