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comment Difference between “shall not exceed XXX” and “may be XXX but not longer”
I fail to see how second statement can be interpreted to mean exactly 200 words.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Is this type of distinction proper?
@Mahnax I was very confused :)
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comment Is this type of distinction proper?
RiMMER Ψ, then should not "my thinking" be "me thinking" in your first example?
Dec
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comment Antonyms for “extempore” — speak without notes
While you've stated that are looking for something better than 'prepared', I feel like this word is actually one of the best antonyms to extempore in the context of "speak without notes". It used at Toastmasters, for example, where the meetings would typically have the "impromptu" part and "prepared speeches" part.
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awarded  Critic
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comment What are the open rooms called in business environment?
workstation: "an area with equipment for the performance of a specialized task usually by a single individual", cubicle: "a small partitioned space; especially : one with a desk used for work in a business office" -- Merriam-Webster
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awarded  Editor
Dec
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comment Is there an English idiom for 'your silence implies your consent'?
@TobiasKienzler thanks for correction. It sounded German to me. Google translate detects it as Dutch.
Dec
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revised Is there an English idiom for 'your silence implies your consent'?
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answered Is there an English idiom for 'your silence implies your consent'?
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accepted Capitalization of “guest of honor”
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comment Capitalization of “guest of honor”
cool, never heard about Ngrams. So does that mean that the majority of people is wrong or that capitalizing/specific designator is a fairly new trend?
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asked Capitalization of “guest of honor”
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answered What word describes people who attack those doing the same thing as them?
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