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Word for "influencing or manipulating people without their knowledge"

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Is there a term for using "cannot" when one really means "doesn't want to?"

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A word that means "destroy something beyond repair"

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Name for the central region of the human hand/foot?

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"to be a small person" - doeas it have second meanning?

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A word for an object that doesn't fit in.

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A word to describe the believing that two events occuring at the same time are linked to eachother while they are not correlated at all

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A word for: motivating someone to do something by accusing them of being afraid

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What does "for him to affect the race" in this context?

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Term for the mental state of a new recruit

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'the eigenvalues of A are either 0 or 1 or both'. Does that mean Both 0 and 1 are possible?

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help: punctuating a long list containing abbreviations

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Authored, but not credited

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Word describing that things become more difficult to understand rather than easier

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what is a term for "not caring for something that isn't beneficial to you"?

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word or phrase for life expectancy increase beyond 1 year per year, resulting in effective immortality

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Expression for "unconsciously using words (or accents) used by a person you often talk with or listen to"?

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"go too far" -- suitable for academic writing?

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What is the rule that causes the -ti in rectilinear to be pronounced with a short i?

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A better word for "obstacle" when referring to a conflicting entity

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Is there a word for a person that does things because people said they would be bad at it?

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Word for "unseen characters" in Theater

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What term is used for something you say in social situations but may or not actually be true?

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Could you use "Atrophy" to describe hair?

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Is "putative" something "good" or "bad"?

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What is the word for this type of pawn or figurine?

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British English plural verb for group noun in a contraction

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How to express the noise of eating melon seeds?

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Are comma splices more common in British English or American English?

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Best word to use after at end of a sentence