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Well, we do have these (and many more, just search the site for "polite" or "rude"): Is “Can I have a cup of coffee?” polite? “Excuse Me”… Is it polite or just a terse way to ask others to step asid …
answered Jun 21 '11 by RegDwigнt
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Yes, all that is English usage. Sadly, exactly none of that is actually in the question. Instead, it reads, "How come then that they've made it to the top of a page in the virtual Merriam Webster Dict …
answered Mar 20 '15 by RegDwigнt
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Well, we do have these: What does the joke with the punchline about Chrome and Hollandaise mean, and why is it funny? What does it mean, 'Chuck Norris can lead a horse to water AND make it drink'? W …
answered Apr 15 '11 by RegDwigнt
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Well, there are so-called "reverse dictionaries" such as this one (and searching for "soul guide afterlife" returns "psychopomp" as the top result). That being said, I doubt many people know that they …
answered Oct 12 '10 by RegDwigнt
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{Off-topic} Please write my document for me
answered Nov 29 '10 by RegDwigнt