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Tim Lymington
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  • Hampshire, United Kingdom
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Why does legal English continue to remain archaic?

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Where does the expression "triple-A" come from?

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If we have a "second" of time, what's "first"?

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In the context of family, what is the opposite of "immediate"?

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Polite alternatives to "as soon as possible"

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Word for 'possessing large gravity well'?

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Difference between "publicly" and "publically"

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What does "tell us know what you think" mean?

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Idiom or word for a very crowded place

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Is it awkward to use the word "aubergine" instead of "eggplant"?

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Is it ok to say “Your barracks is finished”?

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What does "trodie" mean?

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Word for resembling the truth

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A verb that means “to prove someone is guilty of a crime”

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What is this "Nor"?

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How popular is ‘Contrafibularities’ as a day-to-day English word?

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The computer has 48GB memory (or memories?)

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"I didn't realize it was him."

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What does “all senses cocked” mean?

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A positive alternative to "smelling" to describe something with a pleasant odor

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What does “There she blows’” mean?

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In the word "Scent", is the S or the C silent?

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The Equivalent Term for Pharmacy in the UK

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Is there such a word as "foresitter" in English? Can I use it instead of "chairman"?

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What is a raspberry?

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Syntactically correct, semantically incorrect sentence

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Derogatory word or idiom for city dwellers or people who aren't adapted to country/rural life

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"That hurts" or "that hurt"?

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Merrily did we drop below the kirk

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What does “blink” in “G.O.P. blinks in standoff” mean?

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