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Discussion Topic  RE: Idiosyncratic spelling (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
It was the receipt that made me think it was a UK site. Why on earth would a US site use a UK image ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Idiosyncratic spelling (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
Interesting that, although it appears to be a British site, it uses the word "zucchini" - which we u......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apostrophe again, sorry. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apostrophe again, sorry. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Apostrophe again, sorry. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
It never fails to amaze me that companies spend thousands of pounds on materials design, thousands o......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
I nearly didn't bother to vote as I had received no information about any of the candidates - apart ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
Your rewrite is probably better. But I didn't recast the sentence as I wanted to make the point th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
A bit more punctuation would have helped a great deal: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Frid......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
I have just been re-reading my copy - having downloaded it (free) from Amazon - and, bearing in mind......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
In fact, a couple of years ago I was on a cruise and they had a copy of the complete Devil's diction......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
I can't think of another single word that means the same apart from heretofore - which is even more ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
I suppose that depends on what you mean by "overnagation". In British English double negatives are c......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
In the UK the word city has a fairly specific meaning - which has nothing at all to do with the popu......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Spatchcock (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Richard English
Spatchcock as a foodstiff, yes - but I have never heard the slang expression. Both are quite rare I......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
It depends on the country. In the UK defamation has been only a civil offence since 12 January 2010 ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Newpaper articles of interest - Part II (in The Written Word) by Richard English
Freedom of speech - like other freedoms - is a fine thing. But there must be boundaries. Where the e......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overnegation: don't fail to miss it! (in The Written Word) by Richard English
That's how it started - but it took very little time for it to move onto all kinds of excessive nega......
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