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Jan
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accepted Finding the definition of Pineburr
Dec
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comment Finding the definition of Pineburr
Well, it's on te campus at Cisco in Research Triangle Park, NC. Now all I have to do is find out who built the place.....
Dec
11
comment Finding the definition of Pineburr
That is my guess also. Just checking for further insight.
Dec
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asked Finding the definition of Pineburr
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awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
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answered Is “for all who” grammatical?
Mar
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answered What do you call someone who has a 'problem'
Mar
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answered What is the meaning of “drill our way out”?
Mar
14
answered “Watched them get married” vs “watched them getting married”
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Student
Mar
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comment Change of Number(?) for “does” used with “this”
This is the valid answer, sadly, based on rules that are, as throughout English, capricious and arbitrary.
Mar
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
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accepted Change of Number(?) for “does” used with “this”
Mar
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comment Change of Number(?) for “does” used with “this”
Silly Wiki, won't let you easily enter multiple paragraph comments. <br><br>Auxiliary verbs in general sound like a grammarian explaining away phlogiston.
Mar
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comment Change of Number(?) for “does” used with “this”
@Robusto - Having had to remind myself of what "auxiliary" verbs I note that rearranging the sentence and, because you should be able to ignore the auxiliary verb, yields "This need to come out." Which, is, of course, "wrong".
Mar
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answered What is a good term for someone who refuses to debate an issue ab initio?
Mar
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asked Change of Number(?) for “does” used with “this”
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
20
answered Work-safe (but not too formal) salutation to start an e-mail to address a group of people