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Vitaly
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Is there the difference between 'jump you' and 'jump at you'?

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What does 'including but not limited to' and 'to post calls' mean in context? [duplicate]

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What did you there? What do you then? Why are they grammatically correct?

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What does 'snapping away' mean here?

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What does 'made on' mean here?

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What the difference between 'make me' 'get me' 'has me' in meaning 'to force' [duplicate]

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What does 'rest' mean in 'rest assured'

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What is the difference between 'at least' and 'in the least'? [closed]

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What does 'saw myself going' mean in the context?

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1 answer
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Who or what is Milton?

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What does 'commission' mean in context?

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1 answer
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What does 'get yourself together' mean?

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I suggest you join with me

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Could you explain the difference between 'to draw' and 'to pull'?

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the difference between 'stretched off' and 'stretched out'

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Please explain 'if and how' and how paraphrase it

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King to rook three. Knight to king six

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What does 'For' mean in "For he's a jolly good fellow"?

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Why do they write 'every right' instead of 'all rights' or 'any right'?

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Meaning of 'makes up time' and the meaning of whole phrase

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What does it mean - 'pick up and put on your attitude' and 'beat the streets' in context

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open call for artist [closed]

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What does 'taxpayer funded' mean?

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Is it the same to say 'with neither' or 'without both' in context?

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What does 'go' mean in 'go show', 'go say', 'go want' etc and why no 'to' between?

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Can somebody explain clearly what is different between 'draw' and 'pull'

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733 views

Does 'lameduck' mean 'patronize', 'compassion', 'help' or something different?

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I don't understand the meaning of "rob them of time" [closed]

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What is the meaning of 'the inbite' and article 'the'?

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Why without 'that' or comma between 'chances are' 'it involves'? And why 'fall on'?

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