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Norman Edward
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bit by bit idiom usage

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Using 'as ancient as' VS 'as old as' with a specific 'Century' (as in 'Glass industry is as old as 9th century')

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History of the idiomatic usage of vanilla

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Word for "Fear of not living up to one's potential"

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What does the phrase "Full of spit and vinegar" mean?

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Beat me to doing?

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Meaning of "way" in a context?

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'disincorporate', 'discorporate' and 'incorporate' - when an alleged spirit takes over control

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experienced in VS experience with VS with experience in

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What's the difference between rail against, fulminate against and inveigh against?

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Late “latter” last

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A noun or an adjective to indicate a person with low ego, to the level of being detrimental to him/her

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Do native speakers know the tenses?

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Can prepositional phrases be subject complements?

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Spectacular as an adjective

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"a different take" (interpretation/viewpoint) versus "a different tack" (approach/alternative/direction)

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

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Name of a Product that Fixes the Problems Created by Another Product

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meaning of 'inspire' in the sentence

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A word for: "The strongest should help the weakest"?

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Looking for a phrasal verb to say the hidden reason behind of several issues

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Is it common to drop "are" and "is" in informal English?

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"Perfect day" and an article

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Word for the act of trying to change a new environment to match the one you came from

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a single word for "lack of accountability?"

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Synonyms for the idea of "magic in the air", or something intangible?

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What are the following words called: Am, Is, Are, Was, Were, Be, Being, Been?

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In some parts of America, do people commonly use a flap after /n/, e.g. /ˈwɪn.t̬ɚ/?

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What is the equivalent of "workholic" for the family-obsessed?

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Etymology on "egging on"