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comment Why is “ammunition” shortened to “ammo” and not “ammu”?
There's also convo.
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comment What is an appropriate term for being habitually put down by criticism?
It makes sense except for being in control of everything and anyone in my path being an obstruction to my greatness. I am glad that is not so :)
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comment Who do we keep an air of mystery about?
@Mitch Yep, but you cannot close-vote again afterward (kinda like comment-votes). After voting to close, click on the close link again, then select Retract close vote, A popup asks if you are sure, since you can't vote again if you proceed.
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comment Who do we keep an air of mystery about?
Wait - hold up. I was too trigger happy - close vote already retracted. That's not the question here! It's the choice between reflexive and non-reflexive - them vs. themselves. (Themself?) +1
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comment Who do we keep an air of mystery about?
possible duplicate of Is there a correct gender-neutral, singular pronoun ("his" versus "her" versus "their")?
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