by virtue of (something)
because of something
My father got his new job by virtue of his volunteer work in the community.
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  • by way of (something or somewhere)
  • by way of (something)
  • by word of mouth
  • calculated risk
  • call (someone or something) into question or call into question (someone or something)
  • call (someone) names
  • call (someone) on the carpet
  • call (someone`s) bluff
  • call a meeting
  • call a meeting to order
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  • steaming mad
  • trouble (someone) to (do something)
  • pay (someone) a back-handed compliment
  • on thin ice
  • a loudmouth
  • put out (something) or put (something) out
  • propose a toast
  • tan (someone`s) hide
  • return the favor
  • have a case (against someone)

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    English Grammar
    Basic English Usage
    Misuse of one and parts of one with the singular

    Don't Say:
    I read it in one and a half hour.

    I read it in one and a half hours.

    In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.
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