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Are birthdays holidays?

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Origin and usage of "safe and sound"

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Is a country's name a metonym - and when? E.g.: "The White House" / "Washington" / ..."The U.S.?"

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Her name is or her name was?

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Is "pipe dream" an Americanism?

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Why do pet (animal) names in English tend to end in ē as a diminutive?

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someone who willingly "mishears" stuff to support their view?

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Word for random knowledged person

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What is the adjective formed from 'physics'?

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What's the origin of the expression "Lombardi dad"?

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What do you call someone who makes cameras?

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"Difficulties with contacting" or "Difficulties contacting"?

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What is a word for a person who stands up for their rights/doesn't give up/fights for what's right

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More about Forward vs Forwards

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What's a word that means "quickly" and "easily"?

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what would be most correct here?

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Capitalization of "paragraph"

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Single-word-request: a bottom vertex

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"translation of" or "translation for"

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to belie = to betray?

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Why can't "sandwich" be used as an uncountable noun, like "pie"?

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What's up with "this," in Old English(Ænȝlıſ͡ċ/Anglo Saxon‽)

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Is it necessary that every statesman is a politician?

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If I were to write down "101" (as in the introduction to a course) in letters, how would I do it?

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How to say I miss home?

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2.0 technology or technology 2.0?

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It seems to be correct for / to me

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To train my self