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Difference between "computation" and "calculation"

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"That is" vs. "i.e."

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Non-offensive substitute for a swear word

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How to use "you know"

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Frequent use of word not found in dictionary, "programatically."

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How to deal with quoting a grammatical error?

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Is there a single word that could describe the phrase "makes it look easy"?

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What is it about English that makes it favourable for writing limericks?

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Etymology of "regression"

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What's the word for "overly proud of your education"?

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What's the origin of using "toboggan" to mean a knit cap?

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When referring to a previously sent text, would you say 'I text you about that' or 'I texted you about that'?

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What do “The great whatever this is,” “It can’t double dip if it never comes back up.”mean?

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Should I use "who" or "that" when referring to an organisation?

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Difference between "without" and "with no"

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Are "power" and "clout" perfect synonyms?

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Is "ad hominem" gender-neutral?

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'To swiftly go' or 'to go swiftly'?

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What's the meaning of "subject of speculation"?

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What words can I use to describe trends in graphs for the IELTS exam (e.g. "increase", "growth")?

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Is it ever appropriate to mix up "I" and "one" in the same sentence?

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In the sentence "You, too.", is the comma acceptable?

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What's the 'fixed constant nature of sensible things'?

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Framing a question whose answer is an ordinal number

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Is it correct to say Person A is the "spitting image" or the "splitting image" of Person B?

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What is this Dad going to say?

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"release a burden"?

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Word for journey to mastery

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Antonym of "insightful"

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Why's 'Cellar door' the most beautiful English word/ phrase?