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 What does the term"Chase the rabbit down the hole"mean?

Answer Chasing the rabbit down the hole means that a person is in for an adventure. The term is a reference from Lewis Carroll's book "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." In the book, Alice, in her curiosi... Read More »
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What does"pound of paper"mean?

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What does paper weight mean?

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What does ss in a college paper mean?

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