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comment Is “cemetery gaits” grammatically correct?
When I hear "cemetry gates," this song comes to mind...
Jan
27
revised Word for “getting something to work”
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Jan
26
comment What word would you use to describe this workflow?
Not to mention that the article linked uses it in a way that makes sense.
Jan
25
answered Word for “getting something to work”
Jan
25
answered Is “kudos” given someone for past events only — or does near-future work, too?
Jan
19
answered Word for travelling, when the journey is more important than reaching your destination?
Jan
18
answered Origin and usage of “celestial openness”.
Jan
18
answered What idiom was used before “to be on the same wavelength”?
Jan
16
answered Home screen, main window, start screen or something else?
Jan
7
comment Accelerometer or g-sensor?
@Ami Tell that to Acer...
Jan
7
answered Should you hyphenate “high demand”?
Jan
7
answered Accelerometer or g-sensor?
Jan
7
comment nature's good in a cup
@Ciwan Despite the answer you accepted (which is not convincingly argued, if not completely incorrect), yes, "Nature's good in a cup" (which concisely states "All that is desirable and beneficial of Nature in a cup") is grammatically correct. The people who would object to it likely objected to Apple's "Think Different" slogan.
Jan
7
comment Polysyllabic Words
I've heard Aussie kids stretch "No!" into three syllables.
Jan
7
comment nature's good in a cup
Good is a perfectly fine noun ("something that possesses desirable qualities, promotes success, welfare, or happiness, or is otherwise beneficial") that can belong to Nature. Nothing objectionable about "Nature's good in a cup."
Jan
6
comment Word or short phrase to describe an individual who does not tend towards extremes of emotions?
phlegmatic gets my vote: "(Of a person) having an unemotional and stolidly calm disposition: 'the phlegmatic British character'"
Jan
6
answered Squeegee with a squeegee
Dec
31
comment Name a person who loves to do things manually
@einpoklum I suggest that you look up the actual meaning of traditional.
Dec
27
comment What word would you use to describe this workflow?
@HotLicks I've certainly used it to describe my development process now and then (30 years a programmer)...
Dec
27
answered What word would you use to describe this workflow?