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In 1395, why was "her" used instead of "their"?

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We all know the difference, but: can 'all' ever substitute for 'both?'

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"Can I add sugar in/to milk?" Which preposition is correct?

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What is the subject of "What should I do?"

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Can passive voice exist without "to be"?

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Milder synonyms of "honored" in the "I'm honored" sense

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General word for "imaginary bad things"?

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Using the word 'having' despite the fact it is a state verb

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What is a single-word adjective for relating /pertaining to physical addictiveness?

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Comma or not in "help people discover, and grow in, faith"

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IF: When not to use the subjunctive mood

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How should one use "not to mention"?

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Finding a better name for "context" or "variant" for describing a software object concept

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Pair like man/woman but clearly for sex not gender

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What noun do we have that means 'offendableness' or 'offendability' (tendency) or that means 'offendedness' (state)?

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Which one of these is correct?

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«[…] confirmed what observed»: is this correct English?

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What is the most common sound for each of the vowel letters (a, e, i, o, u) of American English?

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Definition by analogy for "not hierarchical"

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Word for focusing on what you do not have?