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up with which 2
which i will 1
up with which 3
in that year 2
in or under 1
with which i can 10
and i for one 11
at that day 7
with which i can 12
with which i can 11
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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
youtube.com 30,834,319
amazon.com 22,358,187
urbandictionary.com 600,353
imdb.com 6,038,962
images.google.com 1,077,030
answers.yahoo.com 10,536,143
last.fm 2,692,787
books.google.com 13,486,892
merriam-webster.com 360,844
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Language Log: Sex-linked lexical budgets
Aug 6, 2006 ... Language Log · « Neuroscience in the service of sexual stereotypes ... This gives her a daily average of more than 20000 communications. ...
Language Log: Mukasey weighs in on clear writing and light beer
Sep 24, 2007 ... Mukasey weighs in on clear writing and light beer .... such as the names of the British kingdoms Dumnonia (Devon) and Demetia (Dyfed). ...
Language Log: Religious syntax
Dec 14, 2004 ... One of the many beauties of the Greek language of the New ... The common word for "faith" in the New Testament is the Greek word "pistis". ...
Language Log: Religious syntax
Dec 14, 2004 ... A Google search for {"faith is a verb"} returns 777 results, including a 1989 book by Arthur Stokes, a 1998 sermon by the Rev. ...
Language Log: Less than three years: a policy revision
I'm quite sure Professor Norman would rather kill me than change fewer than three years back to less than three years the way it always was before in the UC ...
Language Log: Lady Mondegreen says her peace about egg corns
Nov 2, 2003 ... Lady Mondegreen says her peace about egg corns. What label to put on errors like egg corn (for acorn)? In a recent posting, Geoff Pullum ...
Language Log: [fake [news show]] or [[fake news] show]?
Dan points out that "The Daily Show is a fake news show, and there's a couple ways to parse that - as a fake news show, or as a fake news show. ...
Language Log: At loggerheads
Jun 12, 2004 ... If only to ensure that one hour could pass without an appearance from lager-head turtle lookalike Kenny Chesney. ...
Language Log: Shoe in and hone in
Jan 23, 2004 ... "I was recently thinking about how annoying it is when people write that someone is a "shoe-in" and not a "shoo-in," when all of a sudden I ...
Language Log: Obligatorily Split Infinitives
Once again, obligatorily split infinitives. This is no accident; more than, ... And so: obligatorily split infinitives. Posted by Arnold Zwicky at May 14, ...
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