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It is threads versus they are threads

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A food that doesn't have enough salt

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Forget Something?

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"Mourning", "whining" and "wailing"

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What do you call a blob of hair attached together?

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At both 25% (each)-to include or not?

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The usage of the words "saturate" and "saturation"

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What do you call the constituents of a robotic arm?

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What does the phrase "move-blocking seven of hearts beneath the six" mean here?

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"to not be" Vs. "to not being"

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Dog Laying On Top Of A Cat; why laying, not lying?

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2 times 'that' in sentence confuses me to understand the meaning

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Should an adjective or adverb be used? "writing this haphazard"

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Is there a word for "male libido"?

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Can "to-infinitive phrase" be used non-restrictively modifying its preceding noun?

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The difference between "the battery charge time" and "the battery charging time"

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"for the previous day"

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"Yowl", "howl" and "wail"

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When can I replace g or th with '?

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avoiding "which"

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The meaning of "a something" in dictionaries

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He has/having a bad connection

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What's the shortest way of saying "$20 billion worth of U.S. bonds"?

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What is the difference between 'only by' and 'by only'?

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growth of/ growth in

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will or present progressive in this case

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What is the best solution "going to or present progressive "for a future event in this case

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What is "called" referring to in its preceding sentence?

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An equivalent for "Carrying coal to Newcastle" widespread in both AmE and BrE

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Correct usage with adverbial clauses