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Is there a term/word/phrase to express "only used in a specific topic"?
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Is this expression idiomatic and clear? "A, B, C constitute a partition; X, Y constitute the other partition"
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"Nonetheless" or "none the less"?
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Would adding "always" and "possible" make this more readable?
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"in the non-rigorous way" vs. "in a non-rigorous way"
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I would like to check if someone did something, which expression should I use "did you do" or "have you done"?
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"haven’t" or "didn't" which one is more appropriate to ask (reminder) someone to do something?
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Are these two "Code Snippets"?
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"do the pair of vertical lines" or "does the pair of vertical lines"?
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Is it idiomatic to put "nonetheless" at the end of a sentence?
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is this expression "what does a panda look like" too childish?
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is it clear, grammatical and idiomatic to use "xxx is the only place where xxx"?
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when I want to express that a job is easy to finish, should I use "simple" or "easy"?
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How to describe this figure clearly? 2 dimensional feature vector?
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Is my express my task clearly by using "a successive polyline"?