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2016-02-12 English as a Second Language - word choice:

1.This is his latest publication on the subject, and here he looks at prominent businesspeople from the US once again.    (1.)    What can be taken in place of “publication” and “prominent” in the sentence?

2016-02-12 Criminal Law - Sexual Assault, False Confession:

Terri,    You message was a tad confusing. Are you saying the "victim" of the sexual assault has recanted her original statement and now says your son did not commit the offense? If so, you would have

2016-02-12 Criminal Law - Finding Correct Address Of Woman Who Rear Ended My Jeep With Her Car:

There are numerous websites that provide just what you are looking for.  Some are free, some cost a couple of dollars, while others are more expensive.  I've found several of my military friends that way

2016-02-11 English as a Second Language - word choice:

1.Following our recent phone call, please find attached details confirming your participation in our summer school program. I would be grateful if you could acknowledge receipt of this email.    (1.)In

2016-02-11 English as a Second Language - Conjunctive adverb vs sentence connector:

Hello, Nasi,    There are several kinds of sentence connectors, and connective adverbs are one of those kinds. There is a good article about sentence connectors at http://www.abaenglish.com/blog/english-grammar-an-introduction-to-sentence-conne

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