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Oxford University Press Pakistan 22h
Take a with your favourite Oxford or and win a great prize. Terms: πŸ‘‰ Go to your nearest Oxford Bookshop πŸ‘‰ Buy a dictionary or a thesaurus at a special discount πŸ‘‰ Take a selfie with it πŸ‘‰ Share your photo using the hashtag
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Oxford University Press Pakistan Jul 15
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Oxford University Press Pakistan Jul 10
How well do you know your ? Answer and win exciting prizes! Comment your answer down below, retweet this tweet and tag one of your friends; one lucky contestant will receive an attractive gift. Stay tuned for our upcoming .
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SchoolDepot Mar 5
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SchoolDepot Feb 27
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Eva Feb 19
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Eva Feb 21
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Eva Feb 23
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Tarn MacArthur Jun 9
Happy word of the day everyone!
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Chinmoy Chiranjivi May 17
What has politics come to! πŸ˜‚
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Beatrice Francis Dec 25
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Aparna P May 16
It's OK Pappu may accept the new word πŸ€” : A place officially ruled by the great Rakul Gandhi πŸ˜‹
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Martyn R-Slater Apr 18
To -ize or -ise that is the question ?
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EconomicTimes May 16
"We can confirm that the image showing the entry 'Modilie' is fake and does not exist in any of our ,"
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ashwinimadhekar May 16
πŸ€£πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚ lol rofl twitter entertainment nailed it
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Biswadeep Ghosh May 16
The website .in has been in existence since 2014, Will some fact-checking site officially confirm that it is not something new as claims? The word is not a new dictionary entry either, something has called out Rahul Gandhi for.
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Jayakrishnan Venugopal May 16
Even slams this for his !!!! Grow up man... πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…
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Abhilash Acharya May 16
β€˜Modilie’: No such word exists, Oxford Dictionary tells Rahul Gandhi
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APN NEWS Jan 26
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K. Ann Gill May 2
Yet another reason to hire an editor...using that, who, or which (If only I understood these simple facts at a glance.)
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