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Is "Inequality (1) infers" correct? (as in "Inequality (1) holds/follows")

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Is 'max' a proper word for academic writing?

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Idiom for not not investing enough to get expected value

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What does "hundred to no" mean in this paragraph?

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Opposite of endearment terms - does it exist, and/or have a name?

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Opposite of preparation / is there a word for winding down after an event?

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Is there an antonym for "paucity" that means not scarce and not necessarily but possibly enough?

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Word for "something that looks man-made/ fabricated/ artificial"

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can chug be used with food, like chugging down my lunch

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Is there a word for the feeling that something is “off” about an overly pleasant group activity?

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Using the bare infinitive after the verb "support"

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Use of "would" to depict uncertain future

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Grammatically wrong quote

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Using definite article with "total"

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What do you call it when the meaning of a word changes within a sentence?

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Opposite of "under the weather"?

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a proper verb that describe the formation of Taylor cone in polymer science

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Looking for a word to describe a misleading numerical indicator

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Synonym for a material that is resistant to fire

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"yields" vs "yields that" in math context

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What's the word for technical/scientific/official terms?

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"if you forget your password", "if you forgot your password" or "if you have forgotten your password"?

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hot in the hot tub

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Feeling of being subjected to unfair treatment

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using colon to specify two nouns

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What do you call the part of a signal between the zero crossing and it's max absolute amplitude?

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What's an adjective for "financially motivated"?

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Phrasing a question to me in this way - why is it rude ? Or is it rude?

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Opposite of "the league of extraordinary gentlemen"?

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how do you say starting something and coming back to it until it is completed professionally