a sheet of glass that can be seen through from one side and is a mirror on the other, used especially for observation of criminal suspects by law-enforcement officials or witnesses.
Is It “Anyway,” “Anyways,” Or “Any Way”?Which word is it, anyway? Anyway is a common adverb used to mean in any case, while any way is an adjective-noun pair that means whichever path. Anyways is the very informal form of anyway. It never appears in formal writing, and its only real use is to simulate the spoken word in lines of dialogue. Anyway Anyway, used as an adverb, suggests a disregard …
Commonly Confused Idioms And The Correct Way To Say ThemFor all intents and purposes, we want to nip in the bud these incorrect idioms that are not all one and the same.
- one-way ticket,
- oneg shabbat
Also called two-way mirror.
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