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Former pictures: Dakota puddles (prairie potholes), 2012-01-30; Yellowstone River icicles, 12 Dec 2011; Black-and-white ducks on YR, ca 6 Jan 2012; Eagle in eastwind snow, on south bank of YR, 15 Jan 2012; Sunlight & shadows on riverbottom, 5 Feb 2012; Duck in park puddle, June 2011; Trumpeter swan pair on YR, 13 Feb 2012; American Avocet on YR, 10 May 2012; Pelicans flying above YR, 24 June 2012, and pelican in YR, 16 May 2012; Rainbow above Livingston Peak, 23 July 2012; Rose/squirrel, 21 Nov 2012; old Bangalore station, Dec 2004; Bighorn sheep, Zion, 8 Nov 2013

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comment “Shamefully presents” vs. “ashamedly presents”
If you are ashamed of the picture or its content but are presenting it anyway, use the phrase Shamelessly presents. Also consider Brazenly presents.
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comment English folk saying or proverb involving the number four (of people)?
From¹ Orson Welles: “My doctor told me to stop having intimate dinners for four. Unless there are three other people.”
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comment “Dead Rubber” definitive etymology
Josh61, I see your first paragraph is quoted from wikipedia's Dead rubber article, as is much of the second paragraph. I have downvoted your answer because it looks like you interpolated “Its origin is however probably from the card games, rubber bridge”, a sentence not in the wikipedia article, into the text. Of course if you sourced from a source that sourced from wikipedia, the interpolation might be someone else's doing.
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comment Never Having happened vs never happened
You may find English Language Learners useful.
1d
comment Words without simple synonyms
asynonymous is used occasionally, sometimes with meaning "having no synonyms" (in genetics articles), and sometimes with meaning "not synonymous" (in logic articles)
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answered How to name something that is common for two competing theories?
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answered Word for “picking up something quickly/abruptly?”
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment “She suggested me to go shopping.”
You may find English Language Learners useful.
Nov
22
revised Notarial Deed Translation from Canadian English
fix 1 spelling, delete very's
Nov
22
revised Is there a term for a foreign word that looks like an English word but has a completely different meaning?
fix 1 spelling
Nov
22
answered A word that is a little less than cold
Nov
22
answered What is the word to describe a situation when rival gangs come together to figure out who is stronger?
Nov
22
comment Meaning of “seek out like water”
You may be correct about the intent of the metaphor; but the metaphor itself seems weak and ambiguous. Water also occurs as storm waves, floods, rain falling on parades, and places where people drown. “There are an estimated 372000 annual drowning deaths worldwide.”
Nov
21
comment A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
@StevenMastandrea, I added heretic to my answer.
Nov
21
revised A word to describe a person who doesn't use their own products or policies
add heretic
Nov
21
comment What does 'TL;DR' mean and how is it used?
@AE, see edit...
Nov
21
revised What does 'TL;DR' mean and how is it used?
add edit
Nov
21
awarded  phrase-requests
Nov
21
comment Is there a word with the meaning to mix “s” and “th” when pronounced?
Shibboleth may also be of interest