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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Curious
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reviewed No Action Needed Is “administrate” a valid English verb? What's the difference between it and “administer”?
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awarded  Good Answer
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reviewed Looks OK Is there any word for a person who gives the contract to murder to someone else?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a single word that means “hitting the target but missing the point”?
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comment Is there a single word that means “hitting the target but missing the point”?
+1 It's a very common phrase in business. Whenever you create an incentive system, people naturally work to maximize the payoff (game the system). You try to align your incentive system with your real goal, but that is sometimes elusive.
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revised Equivalent for “optimizable”
corrected spelling
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reviewed Reviewed Equivalent for “optimizable”
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between “electric” and “electrical” and their usage?
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reviewed Reviewed What's it called when you lose contact with reality when watching a movie?
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23
comment What's it called when you lose contact with reality when watching a movie?
What does this add to the answer already given by rhetorician?
Apr
23
reviewed Leave Open “Older version of me” vs. “older version of myself”
Apr
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reviewed Looks OK The use of negative with indefinite pronouns
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reviewed Reviewed Word for not knowing about something
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reviewed Leave Closed Is the definition of browser generally poor?
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23
revised Is the definition of browser generally poor?
corrected spelling
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reviewed Reviewed What is better style: “is linked” or “it is linked”?
Apr
22
reviewed Reviewed When to use “compatible”, when “incompatible”
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22
reviewed No Action Needed this is/was the best meal I have ever had/had had