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Industrial Engineer M.Sc.



Sep
24
comment Term for catchy tune that stays in your head
I just watched an episode of Sponge Bob titled "Earworm".
Sep
21
comment Which preposition should follow “guide” here — “on”, “to”, “for”?
I like your idea. +1.
Sep
17
comment In which way is /dɑːtə/ more formal than /deɪtə/?
possible duplicate of Data pronunciation: "dayta" or "dahta"? Check out the answers.
Sep
15
comment Pronunciation of “i” in the words like “direct”, “organization”, etc
@belisarius: That's very interesting. Could you please make an answer and explain in detail?
Sep
12
comment Difference between “Coming weekend” and “This weekend”?
@Shrinath: You're welcome. I hope the answers to that question helps.
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
@Andy F: No worries. Fried made me remember unfortunate chickens, so I had to correct it! :)
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
dictionary.reference.com/browse/FOAF?r=66
Sep
9
comment Is there a single word for a “friend of a friend”?
I don't know of a single word for that but there is an abbreviation: FOAF.
Sep
7
comment “Salty” in place of expensive?
In Turkish, we use 'Tuzlu' which means salty.
Sep
7
comment What is the proper substitute for “Batmanning”?
@Peter: I thought there would be a verb to distinguish upside down from upright...
Sep
7
comment What is the proper substitute for “Batmanning”?
@Peter: The latter. That's why I tagged my question as single-word-requests.
Aug
25
comment What is the word to call a buddy who only helps you, but never asks for help?
There is even a badge called Altruist.
Aug
25
comment What is the word to call a buddy who only helps you, but never asks for help?
Great minds think alike =)
Aug
25
comment Is “Compasses” a typo?
My understanding is that it's an alternative spelling which is more apprehensible. I believe, without clear context, compass alone connotates navigational instrument that shows directions.
Aug
25
comment What is the word to call a buddy who only helps you, but never asks for help?
@Alenanno: Done.
Aug
25
comment What is the word to call a buddy who only helps you, but never asks for help?
How about altruist?
Aug
18
comment What can a user do with a checkbox?
You answered your own question. All three can be used. My favorite is tick the checkbox.
Jul
27
comment The grammaticality of “that don't impress me much”
You may want to check this discussion.
Jul
8
comment Et cetera vs Et al
You're welcome :)
Jul
8
comment Et cetera vs Et al
Note that 'et al' is used as an abbreviation of 'et alii' (masculine plural) or 'et aliae' (feminine plural) or 'et alia' (neutral plural) when referring to a number of people.