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Is it "flotation" or "floatation"?

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Canadian spelling: why?

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British English phrase "dot and carry one"

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What is the "bolillero" called in English?

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Word for small junk items in household

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Word for "a person who quickly gets interested and quickly loses interest"

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Difference between explaining and explanatory?

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Phrase to say that something which happened twice already is likely to happen again

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Word that means: causing a paradigm shift, new era, revolution

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Is there a word to describe someone who tends to disagree with others only to upset them?

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A word that describes a process that can be both good and bad

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

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What does the “they” stand for here?

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Word for someone who's incompetent

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Synonym for a pleasurable coming-of-age experience

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What is "embarrassing" about an embarrassingly parallel problem?

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The usage of "the same...as..."

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Word that describes a collection of goals

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Term for attempting to appear intelligent or refined by taking unpopular opinion

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Simple English for "filling hunger"

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What does "emphasizer vs. adjunct" mean?

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Terminology for pairs of words with the same meaning, similar or same pronunciation but different spelling

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Have I used too many commas for this sentence?

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why is "their" the wrong usage in this sentence?

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Can't understand the meaning of "facile" in these example

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Who does “who” apply to in this example?

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A word for moving from one website to another

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Is "monkey around" offensive?

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What do you call it when some group is feeling self-satisfaction by praising themselves?

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When is it appropriate to use 'the' instead of a possessive determiner?