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What is a single word for "to completely root out a disease"?

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Neutral term for "broken" in software

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Who is the person in charge of the vehicles within a company?

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What's a good idiom or saying to say "don't leave your current job before getting another"?

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What's the word for things naturally not attracting or mixing with each other?

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What does "Wine! Because you never got a pony" mean?

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What does "break a twenty" mean?

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What words describe the relation between "dollars" and "cents"?

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What's the adjective for someone who isn't loose with their thoughts/opinions/judgements?

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Irish slang word for working and taking state welfare payment

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Can the word "communion" be used outside a religious context?

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"The grass is always greener", but about "good old days"

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Adjective for someone who doesn't react when someone insults them?

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"Electricity has a velocity (that is) as high as light’s (is)"

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What do you call a person that helps buy things?

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Equivalent of Catalan 'Gent jove pa tou' or 'Young people soft bread' referring to being too young for certain tasks

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A word for someone who shallowly emulates someone/something they wish to be like (but not tied to fads/popularism - not doing it fleetingly)

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Is there another word for being too nice?

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Word describing person who discourages somebody without evidence

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Help me check the accuracy of an Ielts Reading question

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Is there ever a time when "in order to" is good to use?

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A word to describe an unexpected advancement in someone's learning progress

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What does the phrase "the bite behind the bark" mean in this context?

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What do you call an office separated into individual spaces?

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What does "going back in the bottle" mean?

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Are "considering that" and "given that" equivalents?

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"What winds your clock?" What does this idiom mean?

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Are "mmm" and "hmm" the only words in the English language without vowel letters?

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The owner or owner, the shareholders or shareholders

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The Information Age and Industrial Revolution "were similar" or "are similar"?