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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
answered Can I say “I have been nourishing my passions”?
Jan
26
revised Is there a clean version of “no sh*t, Sherlock”?
syntax
Jan
26
answered Is there a clean version of “no sh*t, Sherlock”?
Jan
10
comment What's a word for someone who takes advantage of an unfortunate situation as an opportunity for self-improvement?
owning is a good one b/c you own to self improve and you have to own something in order to take advantage of it even if its an unfortunate circumstance.
Jan
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revised What's a word for someone who takes advantage of an unfortunate situation as an opportunity for self-improvement?
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Jan
10
comment What's a word for someone who takes advantage of an unfortunate situation as an opportunity for self-improvement?
I was assuming self improvement as a business man. But I guess its true you don't have to be a businessman to self-improve.
Jan
10
answered What's a word for someone who takes advantage of an unfortunate situation as an opportunity for self-improvement?
Sep
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
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comment The use of “hey” in North America
I have spent a lot of time watching Clint Eastwood.
Jul
20
answered The use of “hey” in North America
May
15
answered How to use “what kind of”
Sep
22
comment A single word that means “to push yourself”
Although when I think of someone that is driven I imagine someone that is pushed by some outside force, perhaps genetic disposition, alien encounter (perhaps aliens, lightning), or a mystical force.
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22
awarded  Supporter
Sep
22
comment A single word that means “to push yourself”
lol, i voted for you as well.
Sep
13
comment A single word that means “to push yourself”
I beat you to the punch.
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9
awarded  Teacher
Sep
8
answered A single word that means “to push yourself”