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AndyT
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Does "two of whom" imply a minimum of two, or exactly two?

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English expression for "cold-natured" without emotional connotation?

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Is it correct to say "information furnished above"?

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"Commit" vs. "commitment" vs. "committing" in computer-related texts

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What would you call this "double entry" principle in English?

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What's the usage of "Unlike like, say ..., ..."?

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Word that means "general preference to flee from/avoid commotion/attention"

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Expression for asking about the material of a cloth in a store?

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Informal way of saying "moreover"

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A word that fits the concept of "only do something once, and only when it is needed"

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Usage of "this issues with"

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An alternative to "something clicked in place"?

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Is "to do well" used more frequently in India?

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Referent to which "that" refers

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Synonym request: "paint into a corner"

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What's the proper response when someone says something modest and underrated about himself

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"As though" PLUS "if"

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Is the sentence structure correct? "I think he doesn't like it"

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What is the best word to describe making decisions based on the limited information available?

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Which is correct, in each number, or on each number or for each number?

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Is there a verb meaning "to select through sortition"?

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Is "little of fun" correct?

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Is there a precedence of clauses in a sentence without commas, or is it just ambiguous?

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How to specify a date or version to indicate that the situation might be different in the future

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More compelling way to describe something as "The Next Big Thing"

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Level of certainty in "intend" versus "hope"

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Legibility of "of someone's failure to do"

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What is wrong with this headline?

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Which is the best term to use for a Face-to-Face interview

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What the construction "have something done" implies

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