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What is “a place with a lot of wind“ called in English?

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Adjective or locution showing that the absence of something is required?

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Is it possible to have an interrogative after an imperative connected with coordinating conjunction in a compound sentence?

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For as long as dark corners still "lurk" in our heart?

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Prepositions in Relative Clauses: Placement Rules and Exceptions (during which)

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What is the name of the tense referred to in a conditional clause relative to a subjunctive sentence?

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In the phrase "the letter L" or "the number 3", which is the noun and which is the adjunct?

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Why is an article often used with (the) Rubik's cube, although other "name+'s" constructions usually don't use one?

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What part of speech is "not" when it takes the place of a conjunction?

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What is the name of the ambiguity in the phrase "I want to visit clubs with attractive women"?

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Alternative metaphor to ‘Blank Canvas’

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Illiterate but for Speaking

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"centers around the concept" vs is "based on the concept"?

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Counting state of an object or person

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What's the grammatical logic of emphatic phrases like "I do eat sushi"?

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Is this natural? "There's somebody wants to see you."

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What is the way to describe something that can be wielded with one/two hands?

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What is a word for ‘not-fitting’?

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How to say this more concisely with less redundancy?

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English equivalent of the German suffix '-weise'

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Word that combines "indicator" and "metaphor"

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What's a word for a person who buys random things just because they're on sale?

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What is the word for base-64?

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What is it called when the community is too conservative and doesn’t allow out-speaking and free criticism of each other?

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Bookkeeping meaning in nonfinancial sentence

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Slang word for "police station"

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Part of pan that is not panhandle?

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The Saxon word "Scop" as in "bard."

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Are syntactic inversions mostly fixed?

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Indian English language prepositions

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