‘To invoke’ is a call to action, the implementation of a procedure, or a plea of support from an authoritative source.
Use the adjective “good” to describe nouns and the adverb “well” to describe verbs. But if you’re discussing “good health,” use the adjective “well.”
The adjectives empathic and empathetic derive from the noun empathy, but empathic is the standard English form.
You've probably heard the English language idiom, "Don't judge a book by its cover."
If you intend to write a paper, an article, or a book, you may want to refer to some of the research you’ve done.
A check gives you an easy way to move money from your checking account into another person's account.
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It’s a bit of wisdom you’ve likely been told many times in your life: Give a man a fish... But what does it really mean?
If someone said to you, “May you live in interesting times,” you’d think they were wishing you an exciting life, right, giving you a blessing of sorts?
Although it may sound like a quote from the Bible, this popular saying actually doesn’t appear anywhere in Judeo-Christian scripture or text.
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