1. Seeing as America is also known as the "Great American Melting Pot," I don't think there is one type of American nose to describe.
2. " 1. A small pocket at the front waistline of a man's trousers or in the front of a vest, used especially to hold a watch.
a. A short chain or ribbon attached to a pocket watch and worn hanging in front of the vest or waist.
b. An ornament or seal attached to such a chain or ribbon."
3. I'm not sure.
4. alright vs. all right
alright – is an adjective or adverb meaning satisfactory or acceptable, or not having any problems. It can also be used as a term of agreement.
all right – is an adjective or adverb meaning satisfactory or acceptable, or not having any problems. It can also be used as a term of agreement. All right is a more modern and accepted spelling of alright.
Ex. I think that it’s all right if you ask Susan if she’s alright.
Caution: Academic audiences and some other audiences often consider alright to be a mispelling of all right
I'm NOT 100% sure on this.
5.altogether vs. all together
altogether – is an adverb meaning completely, thoroughly or in all
all together – is an adverb meaning all at the same time
Ex. The student organization was altogether against the proposal, so the members denied it all together by shouting “no.”
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