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  • What does ect mean?

    Lots of people here, especially Americans, use the word ect. What does it mean?
    Lots of people here, especially Americans, use the word ect. What does it mean?
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  • Which sentence is correct? Is vs are?

    I believe the sentence should read Land adjacent to the subject site are: ... (table of 6 addresses) Whereas my peer reviewer keeps changing it to Land adjacent to the subject site is:.. (table of 6 addresses) I always thought of there are more than two, then you use are Which sentence is correct?
    I believe the sentence should read Land adjacent to the subject site are: ... (table of 6 addresses) Whereas my peer reviewer keeps changing it to Land adjacent to the subject site is:.. (table of 6 addresses) I always thought of there are more than two, then you use are Which sentence is correct?
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Nostalgia question..?

    Does nostalgia have to have a time frame for something to be nostalgia? What if you miss a certain someone, and that someone isn't in your life any longer after some good amount of time.. can you reflect back with nostalgia because you miss that someone?
    Does nostalgia have to have a time frame for something to be nostalgia? What if you miss a certain someone, and that someone isn't in your life any longer after some good amount of time.. can you reflect back with nostalgia because you miss that someone?
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  • What does the word funky mean?

    Best answer: Something that's funky has a strong musical rhythm or beat, and a deep bluesy sound. You might practice some funky bass lines before auditioning for your school's jazz band. Funky tunes have some of the spirit of the 1960s-era music genre called funk, a branch of R&B that's influenced by soul and... show more
    Best answer: Something that's funky has a strong musical rhythm or beat, and a deep bluesy sound. You might practice some funky bass lines before auditioning for your school's jazz band.

    Funky tunes have some of the spirit of the 1960s-era music genre called funk, a branch of R&B that's influenced by soul and jazz music. Rhythm is so important in funky music that the drums and bass are emphasized, melody less so. Based on this cool music, funky also means "stylish" or "hip:" "Mom, those pants are totally funky." The word's original meaning, however, was "stinky," specifically when discussing the smell of aged cheese.

    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/funky

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  • What has 10 letters and starts with gas?

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  • What is the definition of declamation?

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  • What is a Troll?

    I’ve seen the word troll on yahoo answers more than once. What does it mean? I don’t get it?
    I’ve seen the word troll on yahoo answers more than once. What does it mean? I don’t get it?
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  • Which sentence is correct?

    A. He was condemned for fleeing from the battlefield. B. He was condemned for his fleeing from the battlefield. Thanks!
    A. He was condemned for fleeing from the battlefield. B. He was condemned for his fleeing from the battlefield. Thanks!
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  • Do 'order' and 'sequence' mean the same thing?

    Thanks
    Thanks
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  • What is the origin of the phrase 'watershed' to (mean a significant turning point)?

    I ask because significant turning points rarely have anything to do with water & sheds, & because these choices of words for this phrase suggest they point to a literal association, if only one knew what that literal association is. So can anyone help me here?
    I ask because significant turning points rarely have anything to do with water & sheds, & because these choices of words for this phrase suggest they point to a literal association, if only one knew what that literal association is. So can anyone help me here?
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  • Raimbow or rainbow?

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  • Please help ... What is meant by 'turn' here in this context? Thanks?

    Context: Every day consumers and small businesses can quickly turn merchandise, rather than tying up their money in inventory.
    Context: Every day consumers and small businesses can quickly turn merchandise, rather than tying up their money in inventory.
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  • Can evil be defined as unpleasant? Atheists and religious people?

    Best answer: I think you have to be more than unpleasant to be described as evil.
    Best answer: I think you have to be more than unpleasant to be described as evil.
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this English phrase correct?

    Best answer: Heading towards being too long, but possibly not quite getting there. I assume that "appropriating" is the right word to describe those novels. ....interests of global capitalism... In that context, "interests" is usually seen in the plural. ...but the casualties... (adding "the"... show more
    Best answer: Heading towards being too long, but possibly not quite getting there.

    I assume that "appropriating" is the right word to describe those novels.

    ....interests of global capitalism... In that context, "interests" is usually seen in the plural. ...but the casualties... (adding "the" feels more natural) ...mostly, if not entirely, natives, and signal the practice.... ("Signal" refers to a plural subject, which is "casualties", as far as I can see from a rather long sentence - if not "casualties" then "conflicts", also plural.)
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