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comment Words for distinguishing between published/official papers and unpublished papers
Are theses considered as published? In that case, it's a good suggestion.
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comment Words for distinguishing between published/official papers and unpublished papers
Well, doesn't "draft" imply more of an unfinished work? (The dictionary says: "A preliminary version of a piece of writing.")
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answered Is it recommended to use “we” in research papers?
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asked Words for distinguishing between published/official papers and unpublished papers
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comment Are there any general rules or guidelines for creating abbreviations for words?
This pretty much solves my problem, but I guess it isn't an answer to my main question about general rules or guidelines.
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comment Are there any general rules or guidelines for creating abbreviations for words?
@Waggers I don't think that word would be appropriate since this describes a certain part of an experiment when the subjects were handed questionnaires. It doesn't feel right to put in survey in this case.
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asked Are there any general rules or guidelines for creating abbreviations for words?
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accepted Proverb or expression for a situation with two choices, both leading to a different kind of trouble
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comment Proverb or expression for a situation with two choices, both leading to a different kind of trouble
@Marco What does it literally mean? In swedish, it is called to "sitta i en rävsax" which translates to "sitting in a fox trap". I think it's one of those traps which snaps shut and therefore you encounter troubles from both sides at the same time.
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asked Proverb or expression for a situation with two choices, both leading to a different kind of trouble
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accepted Proverb or expression for someone taking on too much
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comment Proverb or expression for someone taking on too much
+1 for "Sisyphean task".
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revised Proverb or expression for someone taking on too much
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