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Software geek, inveterate dabbler, latent biblioklept.


Mar
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
10
comment Articles and prepositions in a series
Note that my edit corresponds to Prof. Lawler's analysis above.
Mar
10
revised Articles and prepositions in a series
Fixed typo
Mar
10
answered Articles and prepositions in a series
Mar
10
revised Articles and prepositions in a series
Fixed typos
Feb
14
comment In mathematics, when referring to pure numbers is largest or biggest correct?
Wolfram uses largest. Check out this search.
Feb
10
answered What are the limits of the prefix 'step' to describe relationships?
Feb
10
answered What is the correct way to quote (and cite) computer code using the Chicago style?
Feb
8
answered Back flap of an envelope
Feb
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Back flap of an envelope
Feb
7
answered Is there a term for an “obvious” but not “accepted” compound?
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
7
comment “How do we call (something) in English?”
@Theraot Read the link; you'll see that form addressed. (It's not that long an article, honest.)
Feb
6
answered “How do we call (something) in English?”
Feb
5
answered “object-oriented” vs “object oriented”
Jan
28
comment Where is the word “cutlery” in common usage
@choster True; most Americans are exposed to the term cutlery only when they're shopping for wedding presents...
Jan
28
revised Where is the word “cutlery” in common usage
Added flatware
Jan
28
answered Etymology of “on the blink”
Jan
28
comment Etymology of “on the blink”
In the context of the quote, it sounds like the phrase should have been "...will put Looey Harrison on the brink." Of going out of business, most likely.
Jan
28
answered Where is the word “cutlery” in common usage