Questions tagged with over

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"On" or "over"
I would like to know which is correct: "The alarm clock cried the time OVER the carved nightstand" or "The ...
on over grammar correct 0 votes, asked Sep 20 by Flaísa Tárcila
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can you look over papers for errors and how to i do that
This week’s assignment we read about telehealth, mobile heath applications, informatics and public health. The intent of technology is to ...
can you look over this 0 votes, asked Apr 25 by Sharon Domansky
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Over the last few
Hi all Should I use "I have been" with "over the last few years" definition? Thanks beforehand
over the last few +1 vote, asked Sep 07 '12 by Ejdaha
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