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Jan
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comment Is this correct usage of semi-colon?
"habits do not" actually is a complete sentence. It has both a noun (habits) and a verb (do).
Jan
20
comment what do you call a civilized person?
When you say "civilized", you mean someone who is part of a civilization? Or do you mean someone who uses good manners (as opposed to a savage)?
Jan
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comment Noun for “things that could be improved”
Your example would be "suggestions". However, that's probably not what your looking for. You might try to find a different example.
Dec
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comment Thanks. You got it
For example, I often say "No problem" or "Sure thing". Neither of those really make sense.
Dec
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answered Thanks. You got it
Dec
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comment Word for a Person Skilled in Handicraft
Yes, I do realize that. I didn't notice that his answer originally included handicrafter when I posted mine, though. My mistake for being human I guess. Feel free to down vote into oblivion. I stand by this as well the most accurate answer, though, as I don't believe in the word handicraftsman. But hey, we all have opinions and we can all rant, can't we?
Dec
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comment Word for a Person Skilled in Handicraft
I was the first with handicrafter, with definition and usage link. I didn't "use ermanen's handicrafter", rather he pulled from my answer (check the edit history). Also, I'm providing a canonical answer with all the options that I see valid. Still, thank you for explaining the anonymous downvote
Dec
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revised Word for a Person Skilled in Handicraft
added 67 characters in body
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comment Word for a Person Skilled in Handicraft
There ya go... downvote with no comment. good plan.
Dec
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answered Word for a Person Skilled in Handicraft
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Sep
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comment Meaning of a “cheap person”
I agree with "despicable". "Stingy" really doesn't fit in this context at all, though.
Sep
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answered Meaning of “nine-to-five kind of person”?
Sep
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comment “Order on behalf of”
Sure! At the time, it didn't seem like an answer, but now, reading over it again, it does. Posted.
Sep
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answered “Order on behalf of”
Sep
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comment “Order on behalf of”
@Sid In that situation, Jack would simply be the "doctor" or "provider". Kim, on the other hand, may be a "proxy" or "agent" or simply "nurse". This type of relationship tends to use professional titles rather than descriptive ones.
Sep
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comment Meaning of “nine-to-five kind of person”?
I think the key is living a structured life and having an expected schedule. I can very easily see a nine-to-five person working nights or putting in a consistent 50 hour work week. The structure seems to be the key.