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Easily Figure Out When To Use "Who" Or "Whom"

We all know of someone who is a stickler for the use of proper English and one of the biggest conundrums of communications is knowing when to use "who" or "whom." While not necessary with a casual conversation, it is important in business emails, published works and when talking with your...
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How To Crack A Raw Egg

Seems simple enough to crack an egg for a morning omelet or for a birthday cake. However there are several methods used. Some use the side of the bowl, some hit the flat top of the counter, and others create a crack using the edge of the counter. While any of these methods can get the job done,...
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Is It Autumn? Or Is It Fall?

Summer is gone and fall is here, or is it autumn? Why out of our four seasons there are two names to describe the one between summer and winter and which one is correct? According to Merriam-Webster, autumn first appeared in English in the 1300s, derived from the Latin word autumnus and quickly...
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How To Pick Out Plastic Plants

Sometimes you need to know then to throw in the towel. Let’s face it, not everyone has a green thumb and fake foliage has grown from a faux pas to fashionable. But not all fake plants are created equal. So here is a pretty simple guide in buying fake plants for your desk or home. While many choose...
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Catchphrases We Say Incorrectly

Catchphrases are as old as our language itself but many of the most commonly uttered catchphrases are completely wrong. There are so many that linguist Geoffrey Pullum created a word to describe them, eggcorns, which describe words or phrases that are misheard and reform into a new word or phrase...
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Why You Shouldn't Encourage Your Kids To Finish Their Plate

While mom and dad know a lot of things, teaching you to eat everything on your plate was probably not the best parenting, according to dieticians. In fact, we should do the opposite. Truth is you want kids to stop eating when they feel full regardless of whether the food is finished or not. Being...
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Most Kids Are Not Safe In Car Seats

A scary recent report found that of 3,000 kids in car seats, 59% were strapped in unsafely. The study used surprised car seat inspections and found 36% of the car seats were not fitted properly to the vehicle, and a further 33% were found unsuitable for the children they carried, either the seat...
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There's Good Chance You Are Using Disposable Disinfecting Wipes Wrong

Those convenient miracle of disposable wet cloths with germ fighting liquid are perfect for life's little messy emergencies and to quickly clean as visitors make their way to your home. But it appears we're not using disinfecting wipes the correct way. If you use disinfecting wipes and keep wiping...
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Avoid These Pasta Cooking Mistakes

The news is out that pasta isn't so bad for your waistlines once thought. But we're doing a poor job of cooking it in the kitchen. Here are the five most common mistakes that are made when cooking pasta and some advice on how to avoid them. Probably the most common is using a pot that is too small...
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How To Remove Bad Marks On Your Credit Report

Nothing can stop the excitement of making a major purchase, like a house or car, faster than getting denied a line of credit. Not to mention if could be a determining factor in getting insurance and even a job! More than one in five consumers have a "potentially material error" in their credit file...
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