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suggested suggested edit on Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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comment To acknowledge or clear an error condition?
The "standard error responses" are abort, retry, and fail, now more commonly just retry and cancel. Can't hurt to stick with the classics.
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revised Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
Okay, fine. "Discouraged"
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revised Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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revised Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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comment “Take a rest” or “have some rest”?
Maybe see here. Also, "get some rest" is much more common than "have some rest."
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revised Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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revised Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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answered Why do we use 's when not abbreviating is/was?
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comment Is there a word that means “make someone (or something) redundant”?
Well, there is some debate over it, but obviate may be used without the need for part.
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revised Is there a word that means “make someone (or something) redundant”?
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answered Is there a word that means “make someone (or something) redundant”?
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comment “Dead simple..” vs. “Really simple..”
If you don't use dead simple, I'd suggest going with just "It's simple!" – really adds very little intensity, and then the ellipsis saps it all away.
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revised What is the proper convention for writing onomatopoeia?
Okay, fine. Jeez.
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revised What is the proper convention for writing onomatopoeia?
Add "onomatopoeia" tag.