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Jim Reynolds
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69 votes

Asking female employees to come to my room

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Is there a word (or phrase) that describe a series of mishaps/misfortunes in one's life?

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have somebody do something vs. have somebody doing something

10 votes

Revolutioner vs Revolutionist: which is better?

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Ungrammatical: "Half the boys jumped, but only a quarter of the girls did."?

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Does "every time" not mean "all the time"?

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A word for not wanting to talk much

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Word/phrase for "things that are too much for us to bear"

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Sayings about "the first one is the biggest sinner"

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opposite of digital, but not analogue

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Alternative to beginning a sentence with "this"?

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What kind of error is it considered when a person uses the wrong form of a word?

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Capitals for a city nickname?

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Antonym: "repetitive"

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Does "one of the only" actually mean anything?

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"First, second, last" vs "first because, second because, last because."

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Idiom that means trying to save something that is beyond saving

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Word, expression for copying someone who inspires you

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Sentences start with Of

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Changing passive voice into active voice

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When is it right (and non-pretentious) to use the word "concomitant"?

3 votes

Could you please simplify the highlighted part in simple English

3 votes

'I would be grateful if you ...' or 'I will be grateful ...'?

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What does ct stand for in drugs?

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Is this sentence correct "This is her real raw face without making-up"?

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A more appropriate phrase regarding a thesis than "putting forward"?

3 votes

Do I need to repeat the subject+verb a second time in a sentence?

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What is it called when someone uses your name to describe an act?

3 votes

Double words in a sentence, what is this called?

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Draw a horizontal line in a form to indicate an absence of information - what phrase to use?

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