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Nov
29
revised Was “the dark side” used a long time ago in a country far far away?
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Nov
29
comment Was “the dark side” used a long time ago in a country far far away?
@NES as an antipodean, I should have described England as in a galaxy far away!
Nov
29
asked Was “the dark side” used a long time ago in a country far far away?
Nov
28
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
27
comment Opposite of the term “keming” (KEMING)
@Cargill I am aware of the difference between "keming" and "kerning".
Nov
27
asked Opposite of the term “keming” (KEMING)
Nov
23
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
23
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
22
comment Term for deliberately gaming the preview screen of YouTube
Is the term commonly used outside of "journalism" and blogging?
Nov
22
accepted Term for deliberately gaming the preview screen of YouTube
Nov
22
asked Term for deliberately gaming the preview screen of YouTube
Nov
21
accepted Equivalent for “dox” in non-internet circumstances
Nov
19
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
18
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
18
asked Literal equivalent to “fed up”
Nov
15
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
14
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
14
accepted How do I express “clockwisality”?
Nov
14
accepted Has the phrase “holiday season” been around for a long while?
Nov
14
asked Has the phrase “holiday season” been around for a long while?