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Nov
5
comment Why is Sean pronounced Shawn?
This question is literally the duplicate of my question which I asked 2 years before this one, but mine was closed as a duplicate of this one. This is wrong. There should be clear rules for duplicates.
Aug
23
comment Which expressions can be used to close an email?
BTW, thanks for your efforts.
Aug
23
comment Which expressions can be used to close an email?
I've added the last link. Case closed.
Aug
23
comment Which expressions can be used to close an email?
Hi @Mari-LouA, as I told you in my above comment, I don't remember the source as I posted this answer almost 5 years ago. I checked the source you cited but it is not the correct page. As my above post includes only a small list of email closings with one or two words, which I think every internet user can find easily, I don't think this would be a problem here. If you disagree, please tell me about your suggestion.
Aug
23
comment Which expressions can be used to close an email?
@aparente001 Thanks for your feedback. I've made the necessary arrangements. :)
Mar
13
comment Beneath snow, under snow, or something else
...and plus 1 BTW.
Mar
13
comment Beneath snow, under snow, or something else
Just above this line I see "answered Mar 10 at 10:10, edited 10 hours ago". Could this be a sign? :)
Mar
13
comment What is it called when words are deliberately spelled incorrectly but pronunciation is kept unchanged?
@JoeBlow: Merhaba :)
Mar
13
comment What is it called when words are deliberately spelled incorrectly but pronunciation is kept unchanged?
Thank you all for your interest in my question. I'm adding a few more examples to try to make my question more clear.
Mar
13
comment Is “nuancedly” an existing word?
Dear hit-and-runner, why did you downvote?
Jan
11
comment Which expressions can be used to close an email?
@Mari-LouA Sorry but I don't remember the source as I posted this answer 4+ years ago.
Apr
5
comment Is there a word for someone who loves blood but is not a vampire?
Thanks for the great answer.
Oct
22
comment Is “reach out and touch” an idiom?
A small correction: It's not Tainted Love. It's Personal Jesus.
Aug
23
comment Is “baddest” a proper word?
@FumbleFingers: I do think the question will be helpful for future visitors who want to learn about the word baddest. As you say, there is no official list of valid English words, and that's why I wanted to ask this question in EL&U in the first place. The answers and comments are really helpful.
Aug
22
comment Is “baddest” a proper word?
Would the downvoter kindly tell us why s/he downvoted my question?
Aug
22
comment Is “baddest” a proper word?
OIC. This could be the accepted answer if you posted it as an answer.
Aug
8
comment Why should I use “ought to”?
@FumbleFingers: I'm glad to open this can of worms :) The answers and comments are really helpful.
Aug
6
comment What does “a pop” mean?
General reference. macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/pop_17#a-pop
Aug
1
comment What is the correct abbreviation of “continued”?
@Svish: Yeah I know, it's an elegant format which is not much changeable :\
Aug
1
comment What is the correct abbreviation of “continued”?
@user606723: Because of the constant column width.