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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
5
comment Anywhere vs somewhere
In the vast majority of cases these 2 sentences are equivalent, and for a lot of native english speakers, they'll be unable to discern any difference in meaning
Jan
29
comment Difference between “far” and “far away”
I can see things near***,*** and far
May
8
comment What do you call someone who says they will do things but doesn't?
Some of us DO need reminders, I would refrain from sexist comments and stereotyping on Male memory capacity
Apr
2
awarded  Commentator
Apr
2
comment What's an adjective that means “has high expectations”
While not quite the same as what you asked in the strictest of sense, methodical is a positive word for a resumé that would go well with the answer to this question
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Mar
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
3
answered Why does “it” have a dehumanizing connotation?
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Aug
27
comment What is the correct term for someone who works on/with WordPress?
A doorman opens doors for other people, the term doesn't encompass those who design construct or research Door technology. I feel the term Doorer is a more inclusive term, as a precursor to the more formal Dooritarianistician
Aug
27
revised What is the correct term for someone who works on/with WordPress?
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Aug
27
answered What is the correct term for someone who works on/with WordPress?
Jul
27
awarded  Caucus
Jul
24
comment Is the term “baby kitten” / “baby puppy” superfluous?
"Awww it's a baby baby!" hmmmmmm
Jul
24
answered “To like for somebody/something to be something” vs. “to like somebody/something to be something”
Jun
11
comment What does the word “hacking” or “hacker” come from?
Of note, common 'hacker lore' has it that there's a distinction between hackers and crackers. Crackers break into computer systems, hackers do not necessarily. Hacking is more an engineering thing than the malicious computer security meaning the media portrays (technically a subset), "e.g. he hacked his washing machine"
Jun
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awarded  Student
Jun
8
asked Term for Perfectionist with poor priorities
Apr
29
revised An idiom meaning someone's doing something useless and has no result at the end
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