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

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"Biweekly", "bimonthly", "biannual", and "bicentennial"

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Antonym of 'stigma'

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I can run faster than _____. (1) him (2) he?

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"Going to go" vs "going to"?

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What does an exclamation mark inside parentheses "(!)" mean?

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How is "e.g." pluralized?

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Does the phrase "legend has it" mean a legend is factually accurate?

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Usage of colon in English writing

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"Whomsoever" as a subject

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Word for "personify" when you're talking about an animal

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What is a good synonym for "attribute"?

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What did they call illegitimate children in Old English days?

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Referring to "the assertion made in the US Supreme Court's majority opinion"

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What's the meaning of "a staple amongst the community"?

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"I don't think that that can be done"

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How to use "have resonance with"?

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"I can only hope to X"

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Which is more correct: "burgled" or "burglarized"?

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"It was from that moment where" vs. "it was from that moment when"

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"By foot" vs. "on foot"

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Euphemisms for pornography, violence, and hate

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Adverbs for Dirty (Dirtily?)

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How would you say in short

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Use of 'pagan' in an essay: is it acceptable or not?

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Shouldn’t "Heaven" and "Hell" be capitalized, as they are the names of places?

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"Situated" vs. "located"

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"action is told rather than given" - what does it mean?

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Words with different meanings in American and British English

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A polite substitution for "lamer"