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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Word for the "life/world" outside phone calls, text messages, and the Internet?

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Use of "so as not to"

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Is there a word for an unjustified true belief?

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Euphemism for the English word for human excrement (faeces in Latin)

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A noun for “phony” or an alternative to "phoniness"

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Is "forth and back" more proper than "back and forth"?

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Is it a fashion to omit “is” as in “this a problem that can seem unanswerable.”?

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How many of the "Top 10 favorite British words" are understood by Americans?

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Does erudite carry positive or negative or neutral connotation?

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Idiom or proverb request for describing or criticising a situation in which the lowliest dare mock a mightiest who has become old

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What is a better way to name "The Wrong Question"?

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Word meaning "compellingness"?

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Is there a word for someone who is very friendly but only on a very shallow level?

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Can “in alpha” be used as an antonym to “in beta,” or it’s a totally different animal?

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What do you call the segment of track between two train stops?

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Non-offensive version of the word "mongol"?

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Might sound trivial, but I'm irked by "non-trivial" and seeking alternatives

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How to punctuate "from [this is a list] to [this is a list]"?

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A person you have a relationship for only business

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Should I say I work "for" or "with" my supervisor?

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Does this sentence make proper use of the semicolon and colon?

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Synonym for statistical meaning of "mode"

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How to say that I am eating above something?

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What is the difference between 'outstrip' and 'outrun'?

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ON or AT the surface of the shell?

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What's an antonym for "tyranny"?

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Adjective for "Visual Cacophony"

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Word for Majboor - A person who is forced to do something because of the circumstances.

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What do you call someone who does a favor for you?

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"Bob and I" or "Bob and me" when describing a picture