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David Robinson
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33 votes

What's the verb for "cooking" pizza?

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What is the ending-in-y version of 'atomic'?

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Is there a single word meaning figuratively 'separate wheat from chaff' (good from bad), about teaching ideas?

11 votes

Unfrosted light bulb

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What is the plural of 'Kraken'?

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Mine’s a gin and tonic

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The meaning of Robinson Crusoe’s “and without with turf”

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What do you do to the throttle on a motorcycle?

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"Woman students" OR "Women students" - which one is correct?

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What happened to the adjectival forms of Belize and Singapore in their currencies?

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do i have to put AN in the sentence before incorrect diagnosis?

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The pronunciation of Burns' "I wad gie a' Knockhaspie's land"

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Is it correct to use "their" when referring to a single person when the gender is known?

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"One can do his homework in the library"

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How do I refer to the unmarried mother of my grandson?

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Word for the thief's key that can unlock anything

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Is this sentence correct or not? Why hadn't you have lunch with her?

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Looking for a list of hapax legomena that have lost their meanings over time

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Cardinalities in English language

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Spelling or Saying Words Differently to Create a Rhyme

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Which "not" is not in the proper place: "Not only does (not) she (not) know, but also ..."

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What's the name of this grammar error: "due to him having..."

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What is the role of "much" immediately after a noun?

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First of these's?

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Usage and meaning of "up" in "...worth at least a thousand pounds up in London"

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Older equivalent to “concrete thought” metaphor?

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What does "Where Can I get 40 %?" mean in this context?

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California rules or Californian rules

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Etymology of proper nouns

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Why does the King James Bible say "I shall not want" and then "I will fear no evil."