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"Scheduled on" vs "scheduled for"

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How are 'marry', 'merry', and 'Mary' pronounced differently?

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Difference between nevertheless and nonetheless

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Idiom/phrase which means "to pretend not to understand or know"

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Meaning of "Be Mr Late Better Than Late Mr"

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Why do some people pedantically cling to dying word forms (e.g. die, oxen)?

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What is an appropriate word for a "rerise"?

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Is there a word to describe a phrase such as "it is what it is"

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Is there a word that means "not yet open"?

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"Henceforth" vs. "hereinafter"

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bear trap memory

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Source of "-bie" in "freebie"

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Do we need to repeat "no" to represent without for a list of items?

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Looking for a suffix that is opposite of "-prone", but softer than "-proof"

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Word or phrase for making something seem better by comparison

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Is "If it had been for you" grammatical?

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"Man" is to "womanizer" as "woman" is to what?

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"Ann's friends and herself" -- is this correct?

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"Lessen, poisoned gulls, ditcher wander hair annulled furry tell a boarder Slipping Booty?"

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What does "morning wet" refer to?

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What is the time average American male spends ‘on hold’?

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Difference between "fee" and "fees"

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Pronunciation of 'host' in Shakespeare's time

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What is an 'Iron Ring Event'

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Lexical class of "walking" in this sentence

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How to express your supporting someone's decision no matter what?

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"Cannot help but think" vs. "cannot but think" vs. "cannot help thinking"

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What is the origin of the phrase "from your lips to God’s ears?"

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You, the employer, "contribute the most" or "contributes the most"?

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What does the word "omnipreneur" mean?