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Era
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what does "abstract away from" mean?

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"Toasters and insulin pumps"?

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Can I say "Call it a project" similar to "Call it a day"

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what is the difference between 'approve' and 'approbate'?

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by which or in which?

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What is the meaning of "merry tune" in context

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Meaning of "If I could I would, but I can't, so I shan't"?

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What is the difference between "find out" and "discover"?

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"Get back on his rocker" what does it mean?

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"(Noun) the sh*t out of this" — What nouns work?

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Adjective or adverb after "arranged"

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"at the fringes of the haute intelligentsia"

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"There is work to do" versus "There is work to be done"

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What is the meaning of head down?

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Which is grammatically correct: 'update on' or 'update about' my status?

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How many apples are there or How many apples there are?

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Should I use "of our times" or "of our time"?

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I have to get the ticket stamped or punched in the ticket

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Have built x Will have built

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Meaning of get into

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comic effect of one image macro

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Are words like ain't and gonna considered informal?

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Passive vs. Active voice in Present Simple

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Difference between 'or' and 'unless'

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"The other chapters of this book" or "other chapters of this book"?

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like creeping socialism, this will become second nature to you -- what does that really mean?

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Difference between 'reach' and 'outreach'

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Nominal subject clauses

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latest something / the latest something

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Could it be correct to say "near from"?