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Police officer working undercover as an inmate

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"Feel the heat" - is there a less slangy expression for the same concept

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Term/expression for "to spend too much time talking about an issue" [closed]

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Word for reduction of open positions/jobs

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Business English: contracted forum?

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legal expression for "going insane" [closed]

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expression meaning "discerning between what is important and what is trivial"

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Term for a payment paid by an insurance firm to an insured party

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a noun for "people who are fatigued/to tired to walk"

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round of improvements?

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"a quiet head"? I need a more natural sounding equivalent

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The rear compartment of a vehicle

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A synonym for "soft" with a negative connotation

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peripheral equipment - only for computers?

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proper way of attributing a writer's note within a quote [duplicate]

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Word for a large facility that produces and distributes baked goods

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Figurative use of "address"

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Nominalization for "to address" [closed]

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"critical" nominalization [closed]

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Single word for "factor or consideration that supports a specific conclusion or position"

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"All the more so" - correct use:

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Word for to learn more, expand knowledge, etc

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the X event after next...Th

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A word or phrase for "going past a deadline"

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Business meeting jargon- a "walkthrough" of a document

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Two verbal nouns with one/two prepositional phrases

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An expression for undercharging

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*seniority* in the context of work

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A word for someone who occupies a position