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Raphael Relat 3h
Heard a few days ago: In English, "take out" can mean to go on a date, a dinner to go, or killing someone. ... And if you're a praying mantis, it's all three in one.
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nettpress Jun 6
Potentially some good advice perhaps... 🤔🤔😄😄
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WriterWriter May 12
The English language is bloody brilliant!!! 🤣
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AP Yesterday Jan 30
If this LA acting career doesn’t take off soon, I might have to blow this town. And if this LA acting career doesn’t take off soon after that, I might have to blow this town.
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SusanBeing May 13
If you come back to life, you’re the undead. What about undies? Can I say he undies in the story when I’m explaining the plot to friends? 🧐
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Angela Marie James - Author 12 May 18
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@UptonHallFCJ 2 Nov 17
Our word of the day is abstemious. See how many times that you can use it
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Books and Wine 24 Oct 17
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sarahsandeyMCA 19 Nov 17
Children's top tip to showing your understanding of poetry ... You've got to actually READ it!!!
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Fi Darby Dec 12
Do you have any spelling nightmares? Which words have you reaching for the dictionary every time you have to write them?
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Dictionary.com 10 Jan 18
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Justine Jacot 15 Feb 18
I'm wondering if I should use this as an example of ambiguous anaphora in my dissertation. I mean, it's such a beautiful example because the proximity rule doesn't hold.
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Mrs. Gapinski 20 Dec 17
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NMS Team Lehigh Oct 31
Showing off our creative idioms!
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Scott Schachter OD 6 Mar 18
After Tom's search for the lost memo, the items on top of his desk were all cattywampus.
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Dictionary.com 24 May 18
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Ms. Walker 13 Dec 17
A little Kite Runner bananagrams today
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Jocelyn Green Jan 9
More . "Bookmark" was first recorded between 1860-1865. Another word I can use in my 1871 novel! Ha!
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InsightsNow Apr 24
We gave the poet the word “play” in honor of our PlayFULL Insights research approach...
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claire felicite 2 Jun 9
Replying to @clairefelicite2
Who knew when the say was done, the whistle-blowers would be on the run, flashback to the days when code was fun, cause we thought justice was at the end of that run 😐🖕
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