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What is a term for "modern" technology that doesn't imply up-to-date?

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correct usage with conjunctions

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Formal way of saying "dig it out"

3 votes

Plural or singular: "Long live Europe" or "Long lives Europe"

1 vote

Which is better? "Ans to the q-1" or "The ans to q-1"

10 votes

Is it a finished basement or a furnished basement?

1 vote
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Canter - Clarification of Meaning?

2 votes
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"It starts at..." vs. "It is at..."?

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Word for unintentional production or generation of a by-product

3 votes

Starting a sentence with And?

2 votes

What is the meaning of "Spiraling"?

1 vote

Is "one" always a quantity if not a pronoun?

1 vote
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Expression for "finding something accidentally"

1 vote

Percent of the Way to

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Terminating punctuation in table entries

3 votes

' I do think it will be a shame on your part ' - is it an accusation?

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pictures painted & pictures which had been painted

1 vote

Where should I put the adverb "always" in these narrations?

2 votes

Etymology of the imperial or royal "we"

3 votes

Word for a country that has enough water for drinking, crops, forests, etc

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Is it correct to use the phrase "Dreaming on another love"?

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Should I use what or how?

2 votes

What are some other terms like 'drop in' to describe a class that students can attend without the pressure of commitment?

0 votes
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Is this a proper use of "by the way" and "along"?

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X-times as many.....than.....

2 votes

You have a quick eye

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Is it acceptable to call teachings such as "How to behave as a Muslim" a science? If not, what should we call them in English?

2 votes

How do you describe, in English, a set of different ethnic groups in one word?

1 vote

How common is the word "hubris" in spoken language?

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Looking for meanings of the word "Right"