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Mark
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Can I write "nonsensual data" for data that makes no sense?

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Is it correct to ask "who needs a dragons"?

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A sentence in Present tense was understood as future tense

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What does "the brass" mean, exactly, in military context?

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suspended with pay -- meaning?

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Consult VS Consult with

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What is the correct way to write 1.5 hours?

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Special term/phrase for the 'perfect' or 'impossible' object or solution?

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Comma after 'I think', 'I hope'

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How to distinguish 'month' and 'months' in pronunciation?

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"I would have liked to come" and "I would like to have come" - difference?

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Can I write a singular object after "are"?

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Usages of "as" and "although" with approximately the same meaning

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I gave money to dad - do I need an article here?

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What is the best word to admire somebody's help and manner? worth or valuable?

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on either side of them

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each a local and national landmark - no "is"?

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what does " tweak your pitch" mean here?

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Some more polite ways to tell a stalker, or someone you don't like, to go away

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"Frustrates the life out of me":what does it mean?

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Mobi as a name prefix

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Singular or plural verb in subordinate clause?

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the meaning of "as a blessing"

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"I give this copyright"; Is it right?

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Why do we use singular verb with third person after gerund?

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What does it mean "go and ride the sun away"?

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"not good" vs "not very good" - which is more negative?

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How to use "either" with negating "no"?

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"I have an allergy to/against something"

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What's the appropriate sentence using "close", meaning "out of business"?