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Isabel Archer
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Is there a readily-understandable antonym for "foundation"?

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A term for ads masquerading as independent journalism

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Should I use "her" or "she"?

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Does "moving a meeting forward" mean the time will be earlier or later?

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What's the word for those video rectangles of each person on Skype?

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Is there a specific verb for when a person goes "um" and "ah" while they are thinking what to say?

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How to translate "rapporto bancario"?

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"Because + noun" : a new usage

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ostinato in literature; word for repeated phrase

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What’s the difference between amid and among?

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Is "alas on me" correct?

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What is the opposite of "peaked"?

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Which of these is right? “I've had three family members recover(ed)”

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Spoken word equivalent for "paper does not refuse ink"

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Can I use "well received" as a response to professional emails?

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What does "parliament towns" in "The Wealth of Nations" mean?

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What is the 'female equivalent' of a sausage fest?

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Verb for removing someone's incorrect belief or notion?

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meaning of "salted among the ranks of"

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What's the meaning of "very much there" in this context?

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skin as a countable noun example

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How to refer to a person who is not from science background?

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What's the word for an outdoor hallway?

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What is the plural of Easter Bunny?

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Formal word/phrase for "in one big move"

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Present perfect confusion

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Verb agreement for "Capturing one knight or three pawns"

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What is the correct noun for "apartment viewing"?

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Complex alternative question with OR, do I need the verb before the subject twice?

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What does 'respectively' mean in this sentence?