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answered Correct usage of self-proclaimed and self-described?
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comment Regarding education, does the term “special needs” usually only refer to severe mental disability?
Having two articles with similar names without linking to each other in the disambiguation section of the page is rather confusing!
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asked Regarding education, does the term “special needs” usually only refer to severe mental disability?
Apr
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accepted Why has “Caucasian” remained in use, while similar terms for other races have fallen out of use?
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Good Question
Apr
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revised Why has “Caucasian” remained in use, while similar terms for other races have fallen out of use?
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asked Why has “Caucasian” remained in use, while similar terms for other races have fallen out of use?
Apr
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revised Have any words experienced sustained frequency growth greater than the word “sustainable”?
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comment Have any words experienced sustained frequency growth greater than the word “sustainable”?
This question was inspired by english.stackexchange.com/questions/43611/…
Apr
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asked Have any words experienced sustained frequency growth greater than the word “sustainable”?
Apr
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comment Gender neutral version of housewife
Which dictionary?
Apr
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comment Gender neutral version of housewife
Do you have any references for this definition?
Apr
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accepted Gender neutral version of housewife
Apr
28
comment Term for the person working with chocolate
To see if a general reference could find an answer, I tried searching for "chocolate work" in Wiktionary. The first match which was a profession was geisha. The hit happened because of an image caption "A geisha at work", and talking about a Finnish chocolate brand called "Geisha". chocolate mentions chocolatier in the "related terms" section. However, I haven't voted to close.
Apr
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comment Gender neutral version of housewife
And what would you do for an opposite-sex couple?
Apr
27
comment Gender neutral version of housewife
Were they being ironic when they used it?
Apr
26
awarded  Notable Question
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comment What non-religious expressions can I use instead of “Thank God”?
I haven't heard this used.
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revised Gender neutral version of housewife
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