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More emphatic term for "Expert"?

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Are "the fact of the matter" and "as a matter of fact" the same?

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Is "woman" really interchangable with "female" as an adjective?

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"Elder brother" or "older brother"?

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"Was it a girl?" or "Was that a girl?"

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Is "mother tongue" exactly the same as "native language"?

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What's the meaning of "as ignorant as the last joined drummer boy"?

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Which is right: "In one of the computers" or "On one of the computers"?

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I want to refer to Bill Gates on his blog with respect in the comments section

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How to describe a time range that starts one day and ends the next day?

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When a woman says ''no problem'' to thank you, is she being disrespectful?

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Origin of the name "Rijndael"?

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Is Missouri called /mi.'zuɹ.ə/ outside of Missouri?

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Origin of "Made out of whole cloth"?

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Proper address for married couple when husband is a Jr

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An American English idiom for "die of happiness"

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Onety-one or Elebenty-Leben

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Word for having four sides or parts

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One who believes in their own religion and criticizes other religions?

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Meaning of the proverb: "No man is an island entire of itself"

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Is "almost exactly" correct English?

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What is the meaning of the italicized "do" in this sentence?

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Present Simple or Past Simple with "today"?

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Meaning of “knock it out of the park”

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Synonyms for small in stature

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What's the "case" in "basket case"?

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Plural or singular after uncountable noun connected with "and"?

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Origin of "Very Good, Sir!"