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Mike Philip
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"expectation" VS "expectations"

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"at risk" VS "at stake"

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"match" VS "match with"

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"connect artist and listener" VS "connect artists and listeners""

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"was the first to" VS "is the first"

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"started as designer and supplier of " VS "started as the designer and supplier of "

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539 views

"in dignity" VS "with dignity"

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"linked by land and sea" VS "linked by the land and sea"

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"were to" VS "is to"

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192 views

"which...come from" VS "where... come" [closed]

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**breeding ground** VS **hotbed** [closed]

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"a rebound in the economy" VS "a bounce in the economy"

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"express one's stance for" VS "express one's stand for"

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"war on" or "war against" and "war for"

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"enter into a partnership" VS "enter into partnerships"

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978 views

"outlook" VS "prospects"

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63 views

"factory for producing aluminium strips" VS "factory to produce aluminimum strips" [duplicate]

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"Chinese cuisine" VS "the Chinese cuisine"

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"nothing new to" VS "nothing new for"

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367 views

"advantage of " VS "advantage with"

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"spill" vs "leakage" vs "leak"

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"products of high reliability" VS "products with high reliability"

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What does "golden thread" mean in this sentence?

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a form of "singular"/"plural"

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"fiscal revenue" VS "fiscal revenues"

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'Is' or 'Are' following 'aesthetics'?

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792 views

Plural or Singular: "a return on investment" or "returns on investment"

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'for' or 'in' before a period of time: For the past two decades VS In the past two decades [closed]

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"in the night of" VS "On the night of"

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"take the form of direct attacks" VS "take the form of direct attack"