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Windows Phone App developer, with some experience in asp.net development. Love listening to music and learning new languages (communication with people not to be confused with the programming languages).


Dec
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answered How to refer to a period of time?
Dec
29
comment 'phenomena' as singular: usage
"Phenomena" is not the only word that is confused for singular usage, there are many such words. Even though you explain such things and suggest the right word usage, it's difficult to make most of the people follow it. People are used to this confusion from a long time and its difficult to make them unlearn and relearn. A very good question though. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_plural#phenomenon
Dec
29
comment How to name a date that is half a year after the date of an important or special event?
It means celebration of exactly half an anniversary. And u r right, two celebrations a year means totally different from this.. 2 Dianniversaries=1 Anniversary.
Dec
29
revised How to name a date that is half a year after the date of an important or special event?
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Dec
28
comment How to name a date that is half a year after the date of an important or special event?
but that is the only word available for half a year celebration as far as i know. its not just on Urban dictionary.
Dec
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Dec
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revised How to name a date that is half a year after the date of an important or special event?
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Dec
28
answered How to name a date that is half a year after the date of an important or special event?
Dec
28
comment Are particular seasons proper nouns?
You can even refer this article en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Capital_letters
Dec
28
answered Are particular seasons proper nouns?
Dec
27
comment What is the difference in meaning between a “variable” and a “parameter” in a given equation?
It depends on what parameters you would wish to pass to a particular method or a function.
Dec
27
answered “And to you” or “you too”?
Dec
27
comment What is the difference in meaning between a “variable” and a “parameter” in a given equation?
In programming sense i would say yes.. All variables are parameters but the reverse is not true i.e., all parameters are not variables.they might also be constants.
Dec
26
answered What is the difference in meaning between a “variable” and a “parameter” in a given equation?
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Nov
18
comment A term for “Groceries, toiletries & Conveniences” everyday products
Commodity or commodities is generic word used to refer to any type of the marketable products.. example: Chocolate is becoming an increasingly expensive food commodity.
Nov
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answered A term for “Groceries, toiletries & Conveniences” everyday products