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What does the phrase "Teflon just flakes in a solution" mean?

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A good word for a list with too many items

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More gentle way of expressing "write-off"

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What is it called when you are sent by the organization you work for to do a one day task in another city?

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Is Sherlock a real name?

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What does 'project-plugging' mean here? Also can any other constructions be formed using '~plugging'?

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Difference between "pull" and "pull on"

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Is it possible for a word to have multiple different syllable counts? If so what is an example?

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Is there an English equivalent for this Kurdish proverb: "every ripe and delicious cantaloupe is eaten by a donkey"

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Is there a word for a message that is intended to be intercepted by an adversary?

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How the preposition "of" is used after the article?

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Umbrella term for maximum, minimum, median and average

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A phrase for "repeatedly shaking one's leg up and down when idle"

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Verb for gradual learning

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Is "transitionable" a valid word?

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Is it "policy(ies)" or policy(s)" for an optional, parenthetical plural suffix?

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What does this mean? What is meant?

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Famous phrase for something which is forbidden or impossible, but can be done if desired enough

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Is it considered normal to say "many millions"?

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Is it 'concentrated in' or 'concentrated with'

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AmEng equivalent for BrEng "decorator"

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Us verse We for relationships

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Why do people use the term "six figure sum" to mean "at least one million dollars"?

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Is there a term for a period of one hundred and forty-four years?

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What is the "superlative" way of expressing "thank you"

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"Different folks different strokes:" British, American, or other?

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Is it correct to say "Username and password don't match"?

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The man's use of "honey" to a woman

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Is This Ad Hominem?

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What's the correct word for "the state of being a vassal"?