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Researcher in the field of computational mechanics.


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asked Regarding abbreviations in chapter/section titles in a technical text
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accepted How to refer back to the final sentence of the last paragraph?
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asked How to refer back to the final sentence of the last paragraph?
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awarded  Curious
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accepted “in a similar way as” or “in a similar way to”?
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accepted Does the word “wizardry” have negative connotations?
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted How to express in plain English for instance that “the first N slots are filled, with N between 0 and the number of slots”
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asked Does the word “wizardry” have negative connotations?
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awarded  Critic
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comment How to express in plain English for instance that “the first N slots are filled, with N between 0 and the number of slots”
It's not necessarily three, though. It is the first N, where N can be any value between 0 and the number of slots.
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asked How to express in plain English for instance that “the first N slots are filled, with N between 0 and the number of slots”
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comment Is there an “opposite” to the idiom “throwing the baby out with the bathwater”?
This phrase doesn't capture the aspect of "gaining" two things: one good, one bad, but I believe this phrase is the closest to what I'm looking for (until the one about house rats and hand grenades starts to spread :) ).
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accepted Is there an “opposite” to the idiom “throwing the baby out with the bathwater”?