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Sleeping On a Giant's Shoulder
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looking for antonym of plutocracy

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some other ways to express the fact that I have been learning something for a certain period of time but still haven't mastered the ABCs of it?

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metal, meddle, mettle, medal pronunciation in American English

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Any idiom or phrase to describe the opposite of "love me, love my dog"?

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When we say someone's knocked out, must he/she be in a state of unconsciousness?

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Is there a proverb/saying which means “good people are always treated terribly and unfairly"?

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foolish vs being foolish

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" to " VS " until " [closed]

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What's the etymology of "athlete's foot"?

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"eat healthy" or "eat healthily" [duplicate]

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What's the opposite of "newcomer? Is "veteran" OK?

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Is "use" a negative word in the following sentence?

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A word or phrase that can be used to describe what is only good-looking but has almost no practical value.? [duplicate]

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1 answer
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What can describe moments of consciousness before dying?

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Looking for exactly meaning of "all down the line" in a children's song

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A word or phrase that can describe what looks bad, ugly, rustic or quite normal but actually has incredibly great internal value? [closed]

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Any word or phrase or idiom that describes a person who takes the pleasure from the misfortunes of others? [duplicate]

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Usage of 'for' and 'have'

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What does "Someone was wearing heavy black coats" mean?

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"Despising look" vs "despised look"

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Is there a word for people having done something bad and earned himself a bad reputation? [closed]

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Can BBW be used outside porn? [closed]

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Can people having worked in a company for several years be called "oldcomer"?

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Which is correct, “The man was seen to draw just now.” or “The man was seen to be drawing just now.”?

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4 questions about idiomatic way of expressing [closed]