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What is a person being envied called?

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Why verdigris and not rust?

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Is there a less pejorative term than "woolgathering" to label purposeful thought that ranges a narrow gamut

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Could the word "and" imply order of occurence or precedence?

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A question about one point of Donald Trump’s speech at Helsinki

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The usage of "who knows"

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Is it correct to say "of all the things money can't buy, law isn't one"?

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Spotted VS Sighted interchangeable?

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Can I use "worse, worst" instead of "badder, baddest"?

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A term used to watch how someone performs a task?

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Which to be verb do you use when listing items?

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Can I use "replace someone with someone or something else"?

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Is there a word that encompasses the outputs of different businesses?

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"Was a moment that wasn't"

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Word for "destructive" workflow?

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Can you tell me what the difference between low grades and bad grades is?

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Word equivalent to "intellectual challenge"

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Use of comma before 'next' in a question

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What is the meaning of "with at least one of the words. without the words. where my words occur"?

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Correct comma usage in a list with groups

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My cat is dead vs my cat was dead

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What is the difference between 'so that' and 'as'?

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Meaning of “It is not intelligent, though it is the work of genius -- in the most nocturnal and Germanic sense of that bad word.”

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Meaning of “sleep on”

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Term for police seal on door

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Antonym of "outlier" suitable for statistics parlance?

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Abbreviations inside in-text citations

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What tense is this sentence?

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Appropriate tense for asking when event occurred

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A name for the appendage "s" in plurals, & the possessive, attributive, genitive, ownership