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Dismissive term for college diploma

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What is the idiom/proverb for "the more you pressure someone they will run away from committing"?

3 votes

Alternative for "descend" in the context of computer file systems

2 votes

Can I transform this sentence like this?

2 votes

“Be Best” - is the grammar right?

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Word for a place where knowledge is shared

1 vote

Is "We are grateful to X for her proofreading this paper" grammatically correct?

1 vote

Outdoors in the winter

1 vote

A word for mourning future endings/loss

1 vote

Difference between 'treatise' and 'epistle'

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What do you call a person who does not like to share things even though he/she has two or three of the same things?

1 vote

Meaning of `corporate (perpetual) statuses` in the context of Human Universals

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What does "bewildered fear" mean?

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What is the smile that occurs when a kid asks you for something you really know but you can't explain to them?

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Is there a word for often re-read book?

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Is "boilerplate" a pejorative when discussing legal documents?

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What do you call eating just something you are supposed to eat with something else?

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Is there another way of saying, "broken in?"

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What term is used to describe when something "only interests a very narrow group"?

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reverse / inverse bionics?

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Accepted

Word (adjective) for "undelayable"

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Is there a one-word representation for not advanced?

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Which is the correct answer?

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Are commas needed after "yesterday" and "today" in these sentences (introductory clauses)

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"hug" vs "embrace" vs "cuddle" (nouns)

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"untouched" vs "intact" vs "unblemished"

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Looking past someone (expression)

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Punctuation after "both"

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What does “The thumb-nail, curled up on itself in the womb…” mean?

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Why do we sometimes use "when" instead of "if"?