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I recently graduated from Vassar College, and am now a programmer at iVantage Health Analytics. I like all sorts of programming, and right now I'm interested in web development.


May
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answered antonym of “spoiled”
Apr
16
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
answered Is “cheese-stick operation, manufacturing, building current word?
Mar
28
revised What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
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Mar
27
awarded  Editor
Mar
27
revised What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
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Mar
27
answered What is the “thirsty” equivalent of “ravenously”?
Jan
13
awarded  Scholar
Jan
13
accepted Hyphenate “powers that be” when used as object?
Jan
13
comment Hyphenate “powers that be” when used as object?
Sounds good. In my opinion it looks very odd without the hyphens (especially in some situations like "I will ask the powers that be to <verb>" because of the "be to <verb>." Perhaps that is a hyphen rule exception.
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awarded  Student
Jan
13
asked Hyphenate “powers that be” when used as object?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher
Jul
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answered Simple word related to “a group of intellectuals” or “a group of smart learners”