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SrJoven
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Do we have to mention the things we refer to after the word "one of these"

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Difference between “bunch of” and “group of” with regard to people

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What does isomorphism between language and reality mean?

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In film, what specific term describes the distinction between "live action", "CG" and "traditional animation"?

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Is there an English name for Piacenza (Italy)?

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What does one call a person who is next in line in a business process?

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Single word for the opposite of "nap"

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What is a word to describe the character of someone who plans his actions in advance?

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A word meaning more than "like", but less than "love"

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What is the difference between "deterrent" and "adversity"?

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Is there a term for simultaneous snow and rain?

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How to understand this sentence

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If subscription is a contract to receive something, what is a contract to send something called?

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How should I phrase a question that must be answered with an ordinal number (e.g., the third prime)?

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How does punctuation affect this clause in a sentence?

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How and when can we use "why else"?

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When does one append "-ly"?

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What is a noun for "one who is adroit"?

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Does this sound natural to you ? - "I am really confident in English"

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

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

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Perseverance of the whole in spite of the loss of individual elements

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What word best means "disdain for the uncouth"?

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What is a good verb to describe the pleasant sound of rain?

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Noun instead of gerund 'expecting'

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Using the word "whether" instead of "which"

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Choice of tense to describe continuing status of an object

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What term means "words that look alike and mean alike, across two languages"?

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

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