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Before hockey, did the word “puck” exist?

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What is the name for a board with flashing synchronized lights?

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Flection & flexion

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Can anyone authenticate the claim that "grungy" was used to mean "envious or jealous" in 1920s slang?

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Searching for a word or phrase

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Meaning of a conversation "if it isn't sweet little"

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Is the phrase 'top-level' appropriate to describe data that makes general obeservations as opposed to more detailed ones?

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What's the proper adjective for gaslighting?

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Single word request for "that have to be returned to"

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How to avoid overusing 'the' in objective writing

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How to refer to a person who is not from science background?

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Close vs strong linkage

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Do these two sentences have the same meaning?

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A verb to mean not treating the work (especially one's job) seriously

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Use of 'Much as'

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Adverb and adjective modifier

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What is a word/term for rendering highlighted text as normal text

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Capitalization of "paragraph"

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Adding an S to the end of business name. What's proper

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Is there a word that describes an individual who is always clueless when he has to face major challenges?

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"The Latest on" vs "The Latest in"

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A word for "applied immediately following"

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"Object oriented" vs. "object orientated"

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Can we use 'calm' as a noun?

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A name/word suggestion for person who travels the world and collects rare items of decor/furniture

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Can 'of' be omitted in these sentences?

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Is this sentence correct

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Can please anyone helps me to revise these Line

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Which one is correct: Attached file includes or The attached file includes?

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"It was a really, really big lie that John told." Is this a correct usage?