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rsegal
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What does "you will want to" mean?

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Proper English for "started shooting anywhere"

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"You are asking a wrong person" vs "You are asking the wrong person"

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expressions at bar about credit card payment

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"Job title" vs. "job role"

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Is "setup" an acceptable noun in formal writing?

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What does "white knight" mean in this context?

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“At this section...” vs. “in this section...”

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Is there a single word for "as it is"

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Is there a word for start and end of a time period?

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What does "reeling" mean in "difficulties have left budgets reeling"?

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How do I express "hope you become less busy"

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Someone who forms their own opinion

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When speaking of age 13 and over, is it 12+ or 13+?

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What is the correct way to write 'for ever more'?

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Is “laser-focused” a new word?

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Is the word "author" correct for the artist who created particular painting?

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What is the English equivalent to the Japanese word 学者バカ, "Scholar’s fool"?

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"length in bytes" vs "length by the byte" and "paid in hours" vs "paid by the hour"

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Meaning of "has its roots in"

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What is the converse of "hence"?

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Phrase meaning "North, but not directly North, from here"

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Word meaning "convert a variable value to a constant value"

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How did "at once" get to be used to mean "immediately"?

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what do you say when someone is at your door?

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Where does the term 'double-jointed' come from?

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"In the Internet" vs. "on the Internet"

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What is the difference between being imaginative and creative?

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What is the difference between "dichotomous", "binary", "boolean", etc.?

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What is the difference between "If I must" and "If I had to"?