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SrJoven
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Word/phrase for taking the pilot out of the equation in turning a piloted aircraft into a UAV

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How to rephrase so I don't use "I" or "you" or any other pronouns?

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What is the name for a single item of hundreds and thousands

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Why isn't a definite article used before "a labyrinth"?

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What is a more positive word for "competition" or "competitor"?

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Up Hill vs. Down Hill

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How to use the word "piquant"?

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What is the difference between "to view" and "to see"?

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

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

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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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Idiom: to be off the wall

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

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What is the difference between "deployment" and "release"?

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Term for "unnecessary diversity"?

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Does "candlelight" mean "compare side by side"?

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What is a word that means unforgettable but with a negative connotation?

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How to say fractions like "7/8" or "546/823"

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There is any relation between "I'm fired" and "I'm on fire"?

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A word for "remorse" but without guilt

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Formal phrase for "in hopes that"

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What is a word to describe the state of singularity?

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Indefinite Plural VS Indefinite Singular for stating general facts, properties, etc

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Ambiguous transitive verb whose meaning is determined by its subject

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What is a term for a form that has been filled out?

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A word for someone who will go along with how you feel, or with whatever you want to do

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Why is "afford" always accompanied with "can"?

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Is there difference in common usage between 'I have an answer' and 'I know an answer' sentences

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"Short of" meaning in "means of finding an audience short of landing a job as a critic."

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I’ve an Italian degree in “engineering informatics”, so I am a what?