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Feb
28
revised Common interjections / exclamations in English
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Feb
28
comment Common interjections / exclamations in English
Thanks but this is too much (needing too many clicks; not user-friendly). I need a single page containing only the commonly used ones with the meaning next to each item.
Feb
28
asked Common interjections / exclamations in English
Feb
28
comment “Bless you” & sneezing
@Benjamin: If I don't say it, the opposite side could think it's impolite. Some people I know don't care about it at all. So, to guarantee that I'm not being impolite, I say it.
Feb
28
revised “Bless you” & sneezing
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Feb
28
answered “Bless you” & sneezing
Feb
27
revised Is it correct to use “their” instead of “his or her”?
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Feb
26
revised The etymology of the phrase “it's raining cats and dogs”
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Feb
26
answered The etymology of the phrase “it's raining cats and dogs”
Feb
26
accepted “How about” vs. “What about”
Feb
25
revised A generic word to define the superset of companies, NGOs and faculties
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Feb
23
comment Where did “You know what thought did!” come from?
@Orbling: It may be a local saying. As I pointed out in my answer, it's seen in Lincolnshire traditional sayings.
Feb
22
accepted Where does “to keep fingers crossed” come from?
Feb
22
asked “How about” vs. “What about”
Feb
21
revised Where to put the periods when using a parenthetical sentence?
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Feb
21
revised Is “holiday” derived from “holy day”?
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Feb
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
20
answered Is “holiday” derived from “holy day”?
Feb
20
revised What is the commonly accepted pronunciation of FAQ?
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Feb
18
asked Where does “to keep fingers crossed” come from?