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The usage of "can not" vs. "cannot" in mathematics

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What is a term (or idiom) for someone who enters and exits without a request or order?

26 votes

Information can't take an s

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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?

11 votes

Can "go into" ever be used to mean "used in" or "made of"?

9 votes

Usage and meaning of “may have” in this context

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Difference in logical inevitability between therefore/thus/hence

7 votes

Is “I bind round” correct to say?

6 votes

Word for 'eroded' with a positive connotation

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Is there an order to prepositional phrases?

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"A good thing about still living in the house we grew up in"

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"centennial" vs. "centurial" - describing periods of 100 years

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"I pray that this letter ___ your approval" - 'attains,' 'gains,' or 'obtains'?

4 votes

Personification in translations ("sun" in particular): gender change issues

4 votes

Why did the /ʌ/ or /ʊ/ vowel in the Latin fundāre become the /aʊ/ of foundation?

4 votes

On whether the subjunctive mood in present is correctly understood here and whether is correct to test it in analogy with Spanish subjunctive mood

4 votes

"as" and the subject

4 votes

Verb agreement after a singular noun followed by etc?

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Use singular or plural when speaking about multiple total counts

3 votes

What does "doesn't go off the menu" mean in the quote here?

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Punctuation for "the following" followed by sentence

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Indispensable, Essential, "Tool of the trade", "Staple item"

3 votes

Word for a decision made without any analysis?

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"I don't know what the story is about, except that it's about a basketball team." Do you reply to first or second clause; me neither / me too?

2 votes

What is difference between "have a look at" and "have one's look at"?

2 votes

"In the flesh" for things

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Why does 'scent' here use the singular form?

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"especially" without meaning more so?

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Meaning of 'north' in "returns on invested capital north of 20 percent"

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Using Past Perfect Simple/Continuous during another event in the past described in Past Simple?