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Rosie F
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Why is the past tense of vomit generally spelled 'vomited' rather than 'vomitted'?

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What's a good word to describe a public place that looks like it wouldn't be rough?

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Is there a word/short phrase for "the most" of something (not necessarily the majority)?

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What is the literal meaning (and the origin) of "v"?

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Can you put past participle adjectives in plural form?

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"There are things I can't give up either/too", which is correct?

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What is the name of the era under King Charles?

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What is a gender neutral equivalent for the following phrase?

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Does grammar alter meaning?

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Name for the relationship of my wife's father's sister's son to me?

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What happens to 'l' in between words as in "Neal Evans"?

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What is an example of a “clean” redivider?

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What is the meaning of 'fly' in: "I wonder how many real amber mouth-pieces there are in London? Some people think that a fly in it is a sign."

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Correct word for pressing a button down without pressing up?

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Is the husband of my mother's sister my uncle, even if he perished before I was born?

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How to explicitly specify non-binary support when using pronouns?

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Phrases for two methods that are different but both can solve the same task?

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What is the name of the ambiguity in the phrase "I want to visit clubs with attractive women"?

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Why is it 'three score years and ten' almost half the time and not always 'three score and ten years'?

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"What went we out into this wilderness to find?" This sentence is grammatically correct. How?

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what is the meaning of "like a stick of rock" here?

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Unsplit phrasal verbs with two particles?

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What is the meaning of " this girdle is killing me "

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Is this a dangling participle and can it be fixed elegantly?

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What is right: "get something back" or "get back something"?

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Correct grammar for "due to" in the past

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Understanding 'rather do we'

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"Tools are a sound investment that result in..." or "...that results in..."?

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Can I use "afoot" instead of "on foot" here? "I will go to market on foot."

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Can you say "very thrilled"?

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