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Jan
31
accepted How do I understand when to use the phrase 'mad props'?
Jan
31
asked How do I understand when to use the phrase 'mad props'?
Dec
15
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
5
accepted Which is correct? “The people James is concerned about” vs “The people James are concerned about”?
Dec
5
asked Which is correct? “The people James is concerned about” vs “The people James are concerned about”?
Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
answered Which is correct: “could care less” or “couldn't care less”?
Aug
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
11
accepted Is there a similar origin for the words 'atom' and 'item'?
Jul
11
asked Is there a similar origin for the words 'atom' and 'item'?
Jul
6
accepted What is the equivalent word for Nationalisation when it is a State seizing the assets?
Jul
6
asked What is the equivalent word for Nationalisation when it is a State seizing the assets?
Jul
2
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
26
accepted What is the appropriate usage of 'extant'?
Jun
26
asked What is the appropriate usage of 'extant'?
Jun
23
accepted Is 'yeah-nah' a uniquely Australian idiom?
Jun
22
awarded  Teacher
Jun
21
answered Is 'yeah-nah' a uniquely Australian idiom?
Jun
21
comment Is 'yeah-nah' a uniquely Australian idiom?
that's fascinating @jlovegren - do you have any further experiences of that?
Jun
21
asked Is 'yeah-nah' a uniquely Australian idiom?