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revised “By the Bye”: Etymology and Usage
I added information of another early source of the word used by Jane Austen and it predates Mary Shelley.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on “By the Bye”: Etymology and Usage
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on “A” is about as much “B” as “C” is “D”
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on An expression meaning the feeling you get seeing something so beautiful it hurts
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Correct pronunciation of either?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Which is the right word to ask if this will create problem on a professional tone
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on A word for paying attention to detail
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can we use 'at' and 'by' together?
Jul
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does “ought to” imply irrelevance?
Jul
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does “Grass for his Pillow” mean?
Jul
18
revised What is the difference between “speaking” and “talking”?
"Talk" is a noun, yes, but not in the example previously supplied.
Jul
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the difference between “speaking” and “talking”?
Jul
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why use“it” here?
Jul
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on “One of the children who was” vs. “one of the children who were”
Jul
18
reviewed Reject suggested edit on One word for an exactly opposite situation
Jul
17
revised Binary counterpart to decade
corrected typo, switched to italics rather than backquoted items
Jul
17
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there any words in English pronounced with /eː/ which aren't spelt with a following “r”?
Jul
16
revised What is the difference between “condescending” and “patronizing”?
Very biased and partial opinion
Jul
15
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What preposition should be used with “cache”?
Jul
15
revised “Not only one of the most talented actors of our age but kind.” — what does 'kind' mean here?
fix missing words