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Jan
12
comment Was the “Ye Olde Shoppe” ever used or is it just an ancient-looking construct of modern times?
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/YeOldeButcheredeEnglishe
Jan
12
comment What's the meaning of “Ye Olde Timers got Ye Olde Tired of this.”?
Which wiki? TV Tropes' wiki article Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe, or TheOtherWiki? :)
Jan
9
awarded  Excavator
Jan
9
comment How did “Jew” become pejorative?
In your first sentence, are you saying that "Jew" is being used as an adjective instead of "Jewish" as an adjective, or that "Jew" is being used as a noun instead of "Jewish" as an adjective?
Jan
9
revised How did “Jew” become pejorative?
Fix typo that might make the sentence hard to understand for a non-native speaker
Jan
9
suggested approved edit on How did “Jew” become pejorative?
Jan
9
comment Usage of “nonviable person”
Maybe the writer was thinking of "invalid", which is another negative word plus a word starting with "v", which is sometimes used with certain kinds of disability.
Jan
8
comment “You just can't” vs. “you can't just ”
One can't just walk into Mordor.
Jan
8
comment Should names of scientific theories be capitalized?
Did you mean "hence my question", rather than "whence my question"?
Jan
8
accepted Should words be capitalized for being religious terms?
Jan
7
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
7
accepted Is “early mark” only used in Australia and New Zealand?
Jan
7
asked Should words be capitalized for being religious terms?
Jan
7
accepted What's meant by wishing for a child “as red as blood, and white as snow”?
Jan
7
comment More accurate synonyms than “Mayan apocalypse”
Should I flag to close as too localized?
Jan
7
comment More accurate synonyms than “Mayan apocalypse”
Slightly off-topic, but quite a revelation!
Jan
7
accepted More accurate synonyms than “Mayan apocalypse”
Jan
7
accepted For people, can you say “a British” like you can say “an Australian”?
Jan
7
asked Is “early mark” only used in Australia and New Zealand?
Jan
6
comment For people, can you say “a British” like you can say “an Australian”?
@Fortiter or Bruce.