The other day, I was in my car, waiting for a traffic light behind a pedestrian crossing. A friend of mine crossed the street right in front of me. For some reason, I didn't try to get his ...
In computer terms, sometimes there is a need to distinguish between items in a list that are checked (e.g. lists that have a checkbox next to them) and items that are selected (e.g. user clicks on one ...
Are there (better) verbs for "and"ing or "or"ing a bunch of clauses together? Edit: Can't believe I didn't think of this earlier... would "conjoin" and "disjoin" work?