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Jelila
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Idiom or expression request that would convey same meaning as this Persian set phrase " simple yet impossible to imitate"

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Is there a term for the character trait of assuming things about people?

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Looking for a phrase which would be something like 'under any criticism'

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Idiom for situation where you can either gain a lot or lose a lot

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A word that means to add a small amount of into food (example in body)

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What does the phrase, “lack pretense of fairness” mean?

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Changes *in* the weather VS Changes *of* the weather

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Antonym for "physical" as in "physical task"?

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What can replace “consists of”?

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Which variant would be preferable or more precise for a title: 'Reindeers and People' or 'Reindeers and Humans'

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'refer friends to enroll' is this grammatically correct?

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What is the word for things that work even when they aren't working (e.g. escalators)?

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Vulgar slang equivalent to "Breaking someone's balls"

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A good word for a "tough journey full of rich experiences"

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Adjective to describe something that tastes unpleasant because it has too many flavors?

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One word for a person you meet while travelling

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how to attribute a singular property to a plural noun?

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Is "I emphatically occupied the meeting room" correct usage?

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Meaning of "For Brokes"

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What does 'ambient' in this scenario?

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A way to describe a group of trees of one species using only one word

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What does it mean when someone says " the rhetoric has changed"?

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Word for the belief people are incapable of being selfless.

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Read in Marta Perry’s “Katie’s Way”

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What is a communication breakdown caused by two cultures/societies trying to adapt one another's mores called?

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"Focussed" or "focused"? Rules for doubling the last consonant when adding -ed

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Can the word 'proficient' only be applied to humans?

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The relationship between and correct usage of the words Chronometry and Horology

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How do I use "as of now" correctly?

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"Fewer errors means better products" or "Fewer errors mean better products"?

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