Armen Ծիրունյան

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comment Do we hang up a telephone call, or just “hang up”?
Unless the comma splice is audible, the sentence is fine :)
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comment Finished off the night “with a rubber”
Doesn't rubber mean condom?
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answered Synonym for “be consistent with”
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revised Correct order of representing information
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accepted Is it grammatical to split either/or into different sentences?
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asked Is it grammatical to split either/or into different sentences?
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answered Expression and phrase
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answered Articles for words that function as both a verb or a noun
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comment Is there a word for using a word twice to imply something different?
As Peter Griffin put it in his racist joke: "White white. Not Mexican white"
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comment What do you call “How do you do” type questions?
At the very least, you could respond to "How do you do?" with "How do I do what?" :)
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comment More Than One “from” in a Single Phrase
@Anonym: As Ngrams shows, "direction whence" is more common than "direction from whence"
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comment What do you call “How do you do” type questions?
I don't think "How do you do?" is a question. It's a way to greet someone. You don't respond to it with "I am fine". You respond to it with "How do you do" or "Hello". You respond with "I am fine" to "How are you doing?"
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comment More Than One “from” in a Single Phrase
@Anonym: I see your point, but I am not sure I agree. Do you mean to say that he could write "..the direction from from where he came" and have a grammatical, albeit clumsy, sentence?
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comment More Than One “from” in a Single Phrase
@Anonym: It's certainly not grammatical, exactly for the same reason as neither is "From where did you come from?"
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answered More Than One “from” in a Single Phrase