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Why are names starting with a "J" common, while words starting with a "J" are uncommon?

4 votes

'Earth-based' adjective counterpart to 'Lunar' or 'Solar'

3 votes

Is "man" as in "mankind" to refer to humans considered sexist now?

3 votes

Date format in UK vs US

3 votes

Meaning of “playing of favorites”?

3 votes

What is the meaning of "Fare thee well"?

2 votes

Should I capitalize "l" if I put log2 at beginning of a sentence?

2 votes
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What does this long sentence mean?

2 votes
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Expressing distance on the road "Xth mile" or "mile X"

2 votes

"Bearer of good news" & "bearer of bad news" are called?

1 vote

Is there a male equivalent of "dowager" with regard to British titles?

1 vote

Is there a female or gender-neutral equivalent to the colloquial "man"?

1 vote
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If India would've made till here

1 vote
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meaning of "paper thin"

1 vote

What is the comparative of "I am broke"?

1 vote

Is writing very long sentences which waste much of the reader's time reading it and understanding it's meaning a bad thing, or is it good?

1 vote

How old is the proclamation: “Here comes the bridegroom”?

1 vote

we are in receipt of something

0 votes

Present Perfect Continuous "Has been she talking ?"

0 votes

Why does binomial nomenclature seem to break case rules?

0 votes

Is there a term for the silent letters in a word?

0 votes

Is “what’s” a correct short form of “what does”?

0 votes

Adjective for 'of a specific day'

0 votes

Who pronounces "yeah" as /jæ/?

0 votes

Fronting correct use

0 votes

What do you call a woman who is crafty, employs ingenuity in a general range of things like sewing, baking, paper crafts, etc

0 votes

Are or is your arm and neck feeling better?

0 votes

Can we use "this is" as a main clause? And can an independent clause start with the word "then"?

0 votes

"The soonest" vs "My soonest"

-1 votes

"Inside her" or "inside of her"