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    at Seller's facilities

    Hi everyone, There is this phrase that often appears in contracts, "at Seller's facilities", and I don't understand what it means. Can anyone give it an explanation? Thanks alot. Here I pick some context: a: All orders for Products shall be subject to acceptance by Seller at Seller's...
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    [General] what else

    Hi all, My question is, can "what else" be followed by a noun, like: What else food do we have? What else places can we go? If this is uncommon, how do I say something like this? Thanks in advance.
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    My get up and go got up and went

    Hi, I was surfing the Internet and came accross a phrase saying "My get up and go got up and went". I think it is interesting but I just can't understand the meaning of "got up". Shouldn't "got up" mean "got higher"? Why isn't it "got down"? Thanks in advance.
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    past tense or present tense

    Hi everyone, In a sentence on fiction, if we say something that we know definitely doesn't exist in reality, should we use past tense or present tense? Here is an example: Is there any filter that can keep my mind clean? We know that there is no such a filter that can do this, so should I...
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    What is salvage dealers?

    Hi, Please read sentences below: a: We provides products and services for Auto, Hydraulic, Farm, and Construction Equipment parts and salvage dealers. b: If you are an end user looking for a parts supplier please view our listing of salvage companies at My question is...
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    I hear the wind call your name

    Hi everyone, Here is a sentence from the lyrics of Bryan Adams's song "I will always return": I hear the wind call your name.... I wonder why isn't it "I hear the wind calls your name"? And is there other examples like this? Thanks in advance
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    wave's carry voices from you

    Hi, It's a lyrics from MLTR's song "someday": Try to throw the picture out of my mind try to leave the memories behind Here by the ocean wave's carry voices from you Do you know the truth I am thinking of you too I don't know what "wave's" presents in here. I think it would make sense if...
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    what words can i use for this sentence?

    Hi, I want to say a sentence like this: Making it happen is better than waiting for it to happen. But I'd like to say this in another way, that is: Waiting for it to happen______making it happen. So, what words can I use in the place of the underline? Or, how should I say this sentence...
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    out of one's league

    when someone is saying "i am out of your league", is she/he actually trying to say "you are not good enough for me" something like that, or it might be that she/he is just saying "we are not the same type"? thanks for answering my question.
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    with current membership

    The Fiber Society was founded in 1941 with current membership at 500 strong. in the sentence above, "with current membership" means the Society is a member of 500 strong, or the Society has members that are among 500 strong? thanks in advance.
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    what does this mean

    i read a sentence like this: it must not be A, and contain B. i feel confused that the complete expression for this sentence is "it must not be A, and must not contain B" or " it must not be A, and must contain B"? please help me. thanks.
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    My special guest will be Ira Sponsible, a noted expert on ethics responsibilities. is Ira Sponsible is a person's name here? i think Sponsible doesnt sound like a surname. but i didnt found it in dictionary also. is there any chance that sponsible means responsible, i.e. responsible person Ira?
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    check out

    check out e-Bay this means shopping on e-Bay or just browsing on e-Bay?
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    what does "great" mean

    here it's the sentence: i had a great meeting with Global company yesterday. i think "great" in here might mean "important". but it's also possilbe it means the meeting is success, like we often say: i had a great day yesterday. so which one is correct?
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    here is the sentence: Please order a ton of the following office supplies, because we're always running out. is it the same meaning with or without word "always" in this sentence? i have two understandings about this: 1. we're almost running out of office supplies. 2. we will be running out...
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    what does it mean

    "I assume Jonathon will go over the new reorganization in our staff meeting today. What a waste of time, especially when it's a new one every month." in the statement above, what does "it's a new one" probably mean? it's a new one, but it also happens every month. so what does "it" in the...
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    i've read only an article title like this but no content: No Grand Conspiracies in SolidWorks CEO Transition i'm not sure about the meaning of "conspiracies" in here. could it mean there is no big plans to the company during the CEO adjustment, or it's not a secret arrangement that the CEO...
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    changes to something

    Here is the sentence i've read: For more information about cost buckets, see the chapter in this manual about changes to Production. now i wonder if we only say "changes to X" with no other words, it usually means something has been changed to X, or changes are made to X? because there is no...
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    going forward

    i read two sentences like this: 1) the service orders help show when the service is to be done going forward and provide a record of service done in the past. 2) spare parts at intervals will be replaced going forward. it seems like "going forward" in the two sentences is redundant and not...
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    what's the difference

    A: something is being visited B: something is visited is it the same with and without "being"? if not, what's the difference?