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A lot vs. Alot: 9 Grammatical Pitfalls
a fact or feature that aids or supports one side, as in an argument or competition.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Too bad this
fails in the face of reality.
as a candidate is obviously his background in finance and economics.
Treating this as purely a political
seems a big mistake.
Chris has been unresponsive and dismissive to arguments that directly address perhaps the signature
of his career.
Neither of these
examples represents the detainees they are used to represent.
The rhetoric about its being broken is a
being used by people who want to do away with the present system.
It's vague, open-ended, and exactly the sort of empty
that coarsens and dumbs down national discourse.
Perry messed up because didn't spend enough time memorizing that
Saying one non-
during a primary is not the mark of courage.
And he simply refused to entertain a serious guest to tell him he and those spouting the silly
were full of beans.
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