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Commented: About Anonymous's answer

Not correct. "Use" is present tense. "Used" is past tense. "Used to" refers to something that was commonly done in the past.

Answered: What is correct: "I use to talk to" or "I used to ...

"I used to talk to" is correct, describing something that was often done in the past. "I use to" is not correct. http://www.grammar.cl/rules/used-to-use-to.htm

Answered: Where in the bible does it say sons need fathers ...

That is not in the Bible exactly. Ephesians 6:4 says fathers, provoke not your children to wrath, but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Deuteronomy 6 is about teaching the ...

Answered: Can somebody tell me what sources in body produces ...

The digestive system produces sugar from carbohydrates. The oxidation of sugar produces energy. Excess sugar gets stored as fat and glycogen, which can be converted to sugar.

Answered: How far is the Passport Inn Hotel, 2243 rt.5 Utica ...

37 miles from Passport Inn Utica to Baseball Hall of Fame.

Answered: What is lab test "hgba1c for?

hgba1c is used to measure blood sugar; levels above 6.5% indicate diabetes.

Answered: Aol will not open

aol.com opens for me. Do you have an Internet connection?

Answered: Queeens guard bearskin hat

Stepping on the bear's tail is a reference to annoying Russia.

Answered: Nu view

You didn't ask a question. What did you want to know? Where to buy it in La Jolla?

Answered: So what exactly has improved here??

It doesn't take much competence to remove posts that other users have flagged as spam, which contains a commercial reference like dendrimers that is not a response to a question. It takes a little ...

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