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Jasper Locke
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Two grammatical problems in the lyrics of "Colors of the wind"

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What is the category name for words like notwithstanding, forthwith, etc...?

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What is the word for a sentence that initially sounds profound or deep, that is, in fact, meaningless or empty?

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Do I play a game "in" hard mode or "on" hard mode?

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A word/phrase describing the sound of leaves?

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Stative verbs in the continuous form?

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If you or somebody you know ... are/is ...?

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A word for a relationship in which one thing (or state) must exist in order for another thing (or state) to exist

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What is an expression for "getting older in appearance"?

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Is "capabalize" a correct verb?

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Is there any difference between an ursine and an ursid?

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Could the possessive pronoun be eligible for the pronoun "the latter"?

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Do you always have to put a comma before someone's name?

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The meeting IS TO take place at 10 pm

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Is there an historical thesaurus?

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Why is "herself" required in this particular sentence?

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What is the base of a subscript called?

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Word for when satire is no longer satire

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Dictionary that has the most examples?

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Word that means that someone is too powerful

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One of the slave-concubines permitted... Could someone explain what this sentence means please

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Should I use past perfect tense here?

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Using 'nascent' in a negative context

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Formal/informal word for "something which is hard to deal with"?

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What part of speech is "telling" in "that would be telling"?

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Bob does not know who/whom the thief is. Which is correct?

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Comma(s) when starting a sentence with both an introductory element and participial clause

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What is a single word for the capability of a theory, for example, to generate further thought and theorizing?

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The comfort which one hath of her husband

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Is this sentence structure correct? I catch myself using this structure a lot