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Apr
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comment “Seize the night” vs. “Enjoy the night”
@GuilhermeOderdenge if you are familiar with Portuguese then perhaps it would be better to think of this as "aproveitar". For example "seize the day" (aproveite o dia) means take advantage of the day, but "seize the hotdog" (aproveitar o hotdog) doesn't really mean "enjoy the hotdog" in English.
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answered How do you call the part of a crystal that was cut of from a larger crystal?
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answered Is “receival” a valid word for the act of receiving something?
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comment Correct capitalization for “of” in an acronym definition
Well, in sticking with computer industry acronyms, a DoS is a Denial-of-Service, whereas a DOS is a Disk Operating System. In the case of "Complete Avoidance of Work Syndrome", I'd be writing the acronym as CAoWS.
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answered What do British and American post boxes say when they don't want any advertising?
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answered Correct capitalization for “of” in an acronym definition