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The known unknowns

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Why is the definite article “the” not used in this Cambridge Dictionary example?

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Meaning of "folksy side of the spectrum"

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Asking about comma

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Meaning of "they inflicted serious injuries on three other men"

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what does "spending upwards of" mean here

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Antonym of "having a sense of self-entitlement "

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I wish I knew / I wish I had known

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Did I interpret the parenthesis correctly?

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make the machine of a smaller size

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Perched atop of or perched atop?

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"I hear what you are saying" vs. "I am hearing what you are saying"

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Are both of them correct?

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His legacy is the rich promise of social reform

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Extended meaning of Audience

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"Object to" phrasal verb or not

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Everyone must do one's duty

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"Finally I can pass my painful moment, thanks mother for always accompanying me in anything happens"

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Is there some prepostion required between "a wall" and "16 inches on center" in a little bit normal written english

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Is fair-to-middling better than middling?

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"She looked at his eyes that were just beautiful"

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Should I use "with" or "as" in place of X in "The derivative can be approximated X a finite-difference scheme"?

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"All in all" VS "Altogether" VS "By and large"

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"in tandem": at the same time, or one after another

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Meaning of noun and verb with and without 'that' in between

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Since this is the first time this happened or Since this is the first time it happened

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efficacy or effect

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Will this change the meaning of the sentence?

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Are these two "Code Snippets"?

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Which one is more appropriate when talking about K-means visualization "about" "for" "of"?

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