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Dec
15
comment Single word for “a chieftain of thieves”
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Dec
14
revised Is it the expression “from the floor” correct?
formatting
Dec
14
reviewed Looks OK Appropriate replacement of “nice to meet you” for online salutation?
Dec
14
reviewed Approve Appropriate replacement of “nice to meet you” for online salutation?
Dec
14
revised Capitalization in abbreviated references
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Dec
14
revised How to assess “an access of butchness”
link check; formatting; popup help
Dec
14
revised Is there a word or short phrase to indicate the opposite extreme of “racism”?
spelling, formatting
Dec
14
revised Is “nice to meet you” an appropriate online salutation?
formatting, grammar
Dec
14
revised Appropriate replacement of “nice to meet you” for online salutation?
formatting; popup help
Dec
14
revised What is an English word for “something that adds value”?
formatting
Dec
14
revised British English - “In two hours time”
formatting
Dec
14
revised What is the meaning of the phrase 'listing off'?
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Dec
14
reviewed Leave Open Single word for “a chieftain of thieves”
Dec
14
reviewed Leave Closed Anger vs. Wrath
Dec
14
comment Anger vs. Wrath
The "anger" reference added to the question is not relevant. What's relevant is the noun "anger" not the verb "anger".
Dec
14
reviewed Leave Closed “that one consider” or “that one considers”?
Dec
14
reviewed Leave Closed Correct form of verb after “I wish”
Dec
14
reviewed Looks OK Single word for “a chieftain of thieves”
Dec
14
comment Single word for “a chieftain of thieves”
Thieves plural, thief singular.
Dec
14
reviewed Close Leave it in/on or keep it on?