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MrHen
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Who is Jesus H. Christ?

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Is the "-b" to be pronounced in the word "limb"? What about "thumb"? "Crumb"?

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Can someone explain the phrase "All is fair in love and war"?

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Which is correct, "buck naked" or "butt naked"?

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What is a word for a question that has no answer because it is seemingly invalid?

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What is the word for attending a party without being invited?

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Is "believe you me" proper English?

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Difference between "OK" and "okay"

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"Toilet", "lavatory" or "loo" for polite society

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What's the difference between "null" and "void" in legal language?

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Why is "distro", rather than "distri", short for "distribution" in Linux world?

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Difference between "considered to be" and "considered as"?

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"Without further adieu" vs "Without further ado"

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What is the difference between "archetype" and "prototype"?

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"It isn't" vs. "it's not"

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"Please advise" -- why is this a common turn of phrase for foreign speakers of English?

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What is a word to describe the opposite of "authentication"?

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What would be an appropriate opposite of "exceed"?

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What does "to take someone at face value" mean?

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The British pronunciation of the word "schedule"

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Is there English word corresponding to Japanese “Bureikoh” meaning an occasion you can talk freely disregarding status and position?

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Word/phrase/idiom to describe avoiding answering a question by stating the question doesn't need to be asked

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Is there a word to describe a highly desirable cursed treasure?

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Feminine equivalent for Casanova

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Is there a term for referring to an organization by its city rather than by its name?

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What is the difference between a "category" and a "type"

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When should we use "and" and/or "and/or"?

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What is the past tense of "sync"?

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When to use "Elven", "Elvish" and "Elfic"?

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Is there a verb "refactor" meaning "doing refactoring" in English?

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