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Is there a term for the continuance of the later editions of a book?

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Is "I've told you at fewest ten times" grammatical?

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"I have been there first time": Does this sentence sound awkward?

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What do you call the second word in the naming of sporting events, e.g. "basketball GAME," "wrestling MATCH," "track MEET"?

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Alternative to "the blind leading the blind"

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Why do the sentences "I have to get a job" and "I need to get a job" mean the same thing if 'have' and 'need' are antonyms?

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Idiom for someone who got a tiny fraction of power and abuses it?

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Is there a noun representing books, papers, magazines, and all the other things one might read?

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Verb meaning "redeemed", but without implying a previous corruption

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Idiom: to be off the wall

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What do you call a note that gives preliminary information before the main part?

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A noun: the tool to fix neck in the neck sprain treatment

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Which is it: "1½ years old" or "1½ year old"?

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Simile dilemma: Do leaves "fly like butterflies"?

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He/she “can’t” or “couldn’t” be with us today?

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What should be subject line of email to inform that "i will be on leave on monday"

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A verb for talking about someone who hurt you

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Why does English omit diacritics on foreign names?

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What is the word for **to agree without questions**?

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Word to describe what an academic degree is "in"

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Please find a word that it is not grammatically correct to begin a sentence or question?

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"Was it a girl?" or "Was that a girl?"

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What is a formal equivalent of "get (a)round something"?

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What is the difference between a part of speech and a syntactic function / grammatical relation?

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Alternatives to "yet on the other hand"

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Adjectives versus Noun Adjuncts

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When can I use "while" instead of "when"?

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Season's Greetings usage

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Meaning of the phrase: "get to the left of"

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Up Hill vs. Down Hill

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