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    1. What are differences between quilt and blanket?

    2. What are differences between cover and wrap?

    3. What are differences between neat and tidy? They mean the same to me but how come they always come together for daily expression?

    4. What is the proper way to describe daily expression? I know it's not a correct one.


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    Re: cover

    1. and 2. See dictionary definitions.

    3. Neat and tidy is a set phrase or fixed expression.

    4. Set phrase or fixed expression.

    Rover

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