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SonOfPingu
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What's the plural of "Confirmation of Entry"?

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What does "as soon as tomorrow" mean?

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", and is available for download" or ", and is available to download"?

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Is there a difference between the meanings of 'is a result of' and 'results from'?

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Out of office message

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What's the Germanic word for "defendant"?

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Mind + Action Ing? is it correct for ask anything to someone?

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Is there an adjective that means "under development"? I need one for a document title

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What’s a semi-formal American equivalent for the British expression “value for money”?

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'My hands are occupied' or 'My hands are full'?

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Broadcast vs. Broadcasting

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What do I call the "non-start pages" of a website?

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What does “though less so ~” mean?

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Name for a device that prevents the user from operating something incorrectly

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'Forward' pronounced more often as 'foward'?

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What does "Now all I take is ibuprofen, and that's two flights up" mean?

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the usage of the word 'legitimate'

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Trend VS. Blend

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"Want to see my mother smile" vs "Want to see my mother smiling"

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Usage of "to have something done"

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What do you call getting accolades for doing something trivial?

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Can the word "roommate" be used to say the person who shares the same office room?

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Usage of Corner of the world/earth

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What do you call someone who bears a group of people ill-will?

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What is the English equivalent of "get (something's) eye blind"?

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Does Future Progressive only work with "will"?

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What is the equivalent term for 'mutiny' in a monarchy?

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Usage of the word: realpolitik

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Is it correct to say that someone "emptied" or "drained" a wine?

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"One in 5 people is" OR "one in 5 people are"