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How do I correctly describe a thing that has been subject to Currying?

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Would you presume that a "sixth sense" be considered foresight or intuition?

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Does this quote use proper grammar?

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What do you call someone who gives a bare minimum answer which is often misleading?

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Word to describe when you feel that there is so much going around you that you need to stop time to explore everything

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What's the difference between 'family shame' or 'family's shame'?

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"Fodder" meaning "useless chatter"?

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What is the word for the response to a ping

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horde or hordes

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A while ago and a few minutes ago

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Is there an expression or idiom for something convenient that happens right when you need it to?

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Use of "unlike" while comparing two things, followed by a comma and "in something else"

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Is there a single word for "group of intelligent people"?

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What overarching category do "street," "road," "avenue", etc. belong to?

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The item, that has direction?

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Size-advantageousness of policy?

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What do you call an online newspaper?

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Is "fatty" a proper word to use?

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meaning of "technological pitch"

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'I take no objection' or 'I have no objection'?

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what to call "something that we desire"?

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All of ...not/ Not all of / None of

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Why the extra syllable in words like these ending in -r and -l?

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Use of "range" and "etc"

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Does 'contact number' in BrE refer to the act of contacting or to an electrical telephone contact?

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Adjective/phrase for a situation that requires fast and accurate decisions

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Trying to determine if a specific clause/phrase is essential or non-essential

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"There's no point" vs. "it's no point"

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Is the term "walking across a tarmac" grammatically correct?

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