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revised Why do we say “I win” instead of “I won”?
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answered Noun for “person with intermediate skill”
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revised Shorter way to say “split [user story] into tasks”
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comment What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
Thanks! Couldn't decide which of the top answers to accept, so I chose the most upvoted one. Also, I posted a small additional point that helped me understand the phrase.
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accepted What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
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answered What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
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comment What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
(Or alternatively: Stack Exchange, sadly, still largely revolves around software developers and their hobbies.)
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comment What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
The context whence the question arose may be computer-related, but the question itself certainly is not.
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asked What does “fly by the seat of one's pants” mean?
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revised Antithesis of “international”
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comment Antithesis of “international”
Ah, missed that one, sorry :)
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comment Antithesis of “international”
+1. Another very common example: international and domestic flights
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