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Is it correct to use infrastructure as a countable noun in this context?

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Is it grammatically acceptable to write, "by March of 2015"? [duplicate]

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Can an institution "attest to its highest academic standards"? Is that kind of attesting something only a person can do?

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Does one say "subscribe to insurance" or is "enroll" or "buy" a more fitting verb?

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Can a "program" "engage in research"?

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Alternative expressions for "Our university is strong in [medicine, languages, social sciences, etc.]" [closed]

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"The accomplishments we achieve will allow us to grow as individuals." Is this correct?

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What is "lay governance" in the context of higher education?

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Does the following need a comma? "You must post 'precautions for usage, etc.' where applicable."

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A more polite expression than "minor languages"

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"We propose the session focuses on ..." or "We propose the session focus on ..." Which is correct? [duplicate]