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Philip Huber

Philip Huber is a graduate of Francis Marion University and a contributing writer, editor, and project manager for Sona Digital Media. His key interests are in history and apologetics, having written for answersingenesis.org in addition to strategiesforparents.com.

Is It Correct to Say “Revise”?

There are many differences between American and British English. Normally, these differences are fun and easy to understand. Occasionally, however, a familiar word appears in an odd context to communicate a meaning you were not aware it could convey, and such is the case with “revise.” It is correct to say “revise” when communicating that …

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Is It Acceptable to Say “A Little Bit”?

Do you often use the idiomatic phrase “a little bit”? Or, do you avoid saying it because it seems redundant?  It is acceptable to say “a little bit”, although both “little” and “bit” have similar meanings. For example, you can use the idiomatic phrase “a little bit” with uncountable nouns, such as rice, sugar, or …

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Is Egyptian Religion the Oldest?

Religious anthropologists have long attempted to trace religion back to its source. Due to the antiquity of Egyptian civilization, it is not uncommon for those dabbling in religious anthropology to wonder, “Is Egyptian religion the oldest?” Mesopotamian religion preceded that of ancient Egypt, though some claim that Egyptian animism is older. According to the biblical …

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Is It Correct to Say “Actioned”?

Whenever a person or team discusses a list of objectives to complete, particularly in the workplace, you may hear the term “actioned” enter the conversation. But is that word correct, and, if so, when is it proper to use it? The American English dictionaries do not formally recognize the verb “actioned,” but  British English speakers …

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