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What are the nuances of the British expression "gone" used with time, as in "gone 8" or "gone midnight"?
asked Jun 9, 2016 at 19:16
How to gracefully usher people out of my office at the conclusion of an appointment?
asked Jan 29, 2018 at 23:56
SF novel about one-way scientific expedition to inhabited planet, where telepathic aliens "talk" sort of ++like this++ and ~*~this~*~
asked May 18, 2017 at 15:55
What is the origin of the phrase "And scene!"
asked Sep 11, 2016 at 18:37
How did an egg and cheese dish come to be known as "Woodchuck(s)"?
asked Apr 20, 2017 at 5:05
Are these mispronunciations by my British English text-to-speech engine a reflection of an actual British English usage?
asked Jul 15, 2016 at 17:41
What options are available to make Diplomacy accessible to a blind player?
asked May 13, 2017 at 20:59
Does the "Game of Thrones" browned butter pie crust technique make any sense?
asked Jul 25, 2017 at 2:28
How to convince my wife that my best friend and I are just friends?
How do I convince someone formalities between internet friends aren't necessary over a casual, informal text chat?
If I request a paper through my university library, must they pay a substantial amount of money?
What do you call these "rolls" on old clothes?
Why is "whomse" not a word?
Writing a recommendation letter for a student I reported for academic dishonesty
What do we call a person in a war who holds the army's flag?
What is a person called who writes for a blind person in an examination hall?
What can I do with like-new, recent-edition textbooks that I'm not allowed to sell?
What's the word for Unnecessary Complexity
Why, in A Midsummer Night's Dream, does "square" mean "quarrel"?
Non-vulgar alternative to “Don't care a ____”
Noun for people/employees/coworkers who tend to say "it's not my job" when asked to do something slightly beyond their norm?
Is there an English word for the receiver of a confession?
The pronoun for "many a language"
What is the sentence that is said before the real statement, to let the other person know what is coming, called?
Which word begins with "y" and looks like an axe in this picture?
Difference between "uptown", "downtown" and "midtown"
What does "all your women" mean?
Is there a word used to describe a weekend plus a one-day holiday?
What is the most common English term for a person who attempts a coup d'état?
What do you call it when a scam artist modifies the contents of a document to deceive other people?
Do Phineas & Ferb want to annoy Candace?
What does "ground" mean in this sentence? And what is the sentence saying?
Moving the lower case ‘c’ up flush with the ‘M’ in the last name MᶜNeil?
I can't say I blame you vs I don't blame you
Word to describe sitting in quiet anger
Is there a name for the truncated bedspread that some hotels put on the bottom 25% or so of the bed?
How can the Chinglish expression "you can you up" be translated?
Fill in the blank: "____ of mythology"