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Nov
8
answered Is the word “wotcher” British slang? What does it mean?
Nov
2
answered Whimsical: “Lost the rag”. Origins and just what is “the rag” anyway?
Nov
2
answered When should “into” be used rather than “in to,” and vice versa?
Oct
28
comment Just wanted to “confirm my hunch”
about what ? ;)
Oct
27
answered What does CT stand for in the context of a news article?
Oct
27
awarded  Tag Editor
Oct
27
revised etymology wiki description
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Oct
27
awarded  Organizer
Oct
27
revised When is it appropriate to use “its” and not “it's” (and vice versa)?
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Oct
27
answered Just wanted to “confirm my hunch”
Oct
27
revised Person, Persons, People, Peoples
edited tags; edited tags
Oct
27
awarded  Cleanup
Oct
27
revised Colons and semi-colons
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Oct
27
revised Colons and semi-colons
rolled back to a previous revision
Oct
27
comment Term for words indicating capability other than “adjective”
I don't think there is a more specific term. The only one I can think of is "Adjectives with -able/-ible suffix".
Oct
26
awarded  Civic Duty
Oct
26
accepted Which preposition should follow “guide” here — “on”, “to”, “for”?
Oct
26
accepted “Till death do us part”
Oct
25
answered What does “oi to ___” mean?
Oct
25
comment “Till death do us part”
@Benjol: Right, but I think "do us" version is more common. A quick Google search brings 47,100 results for "Till death us do part" and 365,000 results for "Till death do us part".