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How can I say that a program is not "error prone" and is "error resistant"?

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Are these two expressions similar?

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"First" versus "before"

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Which sentence is better between “I’m OK.” and “That’s OK.”

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What is a better word instead of "set" in this context?

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Bumper sticker: "Eat Local"

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nothing a good beating wouldn't have cured

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the meaning of the phrase "milk run" used in tourism

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Using the "neither ... nor" construct for different group of objects

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"begin + 'infinitive'" vs. "commence + 'infinitive'"

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How to memorize 5500 English words within the shortest time?

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What similar words can I use for 'chemistry' in the context of sports?

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Froth and foam, which one is preferred?

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Is there a neutral way to ask a question about a fact?

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Would a native speaker append “no” to a statement to turn it into a question?

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A different concept of difficult English words

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"[Do you know that] Kristina has found a job 'at last'/'finally'/'eventually'/'in the end'[?]"

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What word can I use for saying 'Beyond Human'

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Is there a word for immediate future just like "just" for immediate past?

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Is the word "crazy" always negative?

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Is there an English equivalent to this Japanese proverb?