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Mar
23
accepted Does our word for [wrist] watch come from the 1735 English Longitude Prize?
Mar
23
asked Does our word for [wrist] watch come from the 1735 English Longitude Prize?
Mar
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
16
accepted Is the phrase “Next waiting!” by retail staff incorrect grammar?
Feb
16
asked Is the phrase “Next waiting!” by retail staff incorrect grammar?
Feb
15
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
1
accepted What is the correct term in English prose for HTML page or html page?
Feb
1
asked What is the correct term in English prose for HTML page or html page?
Jan
24
answered What's the difference between “adviser” and “advisor” — are both interchangeable?
Jan
13
accepted “Please be considerate of…” vs. “please be considerate to…”
Jan
13
asked “Please be considerate of…” vs. “please be considerate to…”
Jan
2
accepted Does rational come from ratio or ratio come from rational?
Jan
1
asked Does rational come from ratio or ratio come from rational?
Dec
29
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
29
accepted Since the Latin for 'manus' is 'hand' - does that make 'mankind' a non-sexist expression?
Dec
29
asked Since the Latin for 'manus' is 'hand' - does that make 'mankind' a non-sexist expression?
Dec
27
accepted Can the phrase “take it with a grain of salt” have four different ways to get to the same meaning?
Dec
27
asked Can the phrase “take it with a grain of salt” have four different ways to get to the same meaning?
Dec
4
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
30
accepted Is there a difference between 18thC 'pressing' and 20thC 'conscription'?