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How empty is the container in the phrase "More than half empty"?

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How can I speak English fluently in 45 days?

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"Junk food" vs "processed food"

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Is there such a phrase as "show them to the house"?

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"Evil always wins because it stops at nothing": A phrase or expression to reflect that sentiment

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What is the function of the first "it" in "it is worth it"?

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"The problem under consideration" vs "The considered problem" vs "The problem considered"

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"Need" in the sense of obligation - how new?

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Difference between "lift" and "lift off" in Feynman Lectures

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the last battle that counts

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Passive of "show off"

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Word for: powering up an electronic prototype for the first time

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Where does "Whatcha" & "Didja" come from?

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Does it make sense when I avoid a formal subject "it" referring to a "to+verb" clause or "that+subject verb " clause?

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Ways to Say "Forcibly Inducted"

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Commas around parenthetical phrase

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A word/phrase for something that often comes up in conversations

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Where did the phrase "bring to the table" originate?

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One word or a phrase other than those given to describe testing how a person reacts to a test move

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Effect of using an unidiomatic expression - "a tableau in happiness"

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Why is "it" used instead of "he/she" for human being in "it becomes a wise and virtuous man…"?

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"There's no point" + gerund vs "there's no point in" + gerund

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"when would be..." autocorrection

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A term for mixture used for palatography

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Is the word structure of 'politico-chicanery' acceptable?

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Is there anything wrong with the sentence "Donuts are not a part of healthy eating"?

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When people say "that's not a word", are they just saying it's not part of current standard English?

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Second to last difference?

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Should I use the plural in "the dependence(s) of a and b on x"?

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Speaking of a fitted bed sheet, would you call it “inside-out” or “upside-down”if you wanted to indicate that the stitches are facing up?

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