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awarded  Popular Question
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2
awarded  Curious
Mar
5
comment Is there a name for the game where you can ask a question only after answering one?
Well, there are some additional rules in the book, I think, that make the game narrower than just Quid pro quo. AFAIR, no more than one major standing question is allowed, but interviewer can ask for clarifications. If one refuses to answer, the game is over. And so on.
Mar
5
asked Is there a name for the game where you can ask a question only after answering one?
Aug
31
comment A word to describe the structure of “The Song That Never Ends”
Maybe Fractal?
Sep
17
awarded  Yearling
Jun
22
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
Wouldn't work without appending "of the Moon". "Hey, have you seen obverse tonight?"
May
13
accepted “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
May
1
revised “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
better wording
May
1
revised “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
better wording
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
@Alennano: In the New Moon the closest to Earth side of the Moon is the dark one.
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
@RegDwight: But it seems that this question will be off-topic on linguistics SE as it defined in the proposal... :-)
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
@RegDwight: Done.
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
But posterilune is nice, why don't you add it as a proper answer?
May
1
comment “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
Note that "dark" and "far" side of the Moon is not the same. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Far_side_of_the_Moon#History
May
1
asked “Far side of the Moon” in fewer words?
Mar
21
accepted Authoritative source on the diaeresis trema rule
Mar
21
accepted Contemporary native English words with diacritics
Mar
19
comment Contemporary native English words with diacritics
@Mr. Shiny and New: well, hard to say :-) If spelling of a word has not changed during anglicization — this word probably does not fit the bill for this question.
Mar
19
revised Authoritative source on the diaeresis trema rule
clarified