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Aug
14
accepted Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
Aug
14
comment Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
@J.R. these are the examples I couldn't think of
Aug
14
revised Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
deleted 1 characters in body
Aug
14
reviewed Approve Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
Aug
14
comment Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
@JeffSahol Ehh?
Aug
14
asked Why drop the “i” in “explanation”?
Apr
27
comment What to call a winged unicorn?
I've migrated the question: scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/15572/…
Apr
27
comment What to call a winged unicorn?
@mgb This is an issue from various fiction writers, as well as fans of a certain TV show featuring ponies. I wouldn't say those two groups make this question too localized.
Apr
27
revised What to call a winged unicorn?
added 17 characters in body
Apr
27
comment What to call a winged unicorn?
@Roy I googled it too but I came up with the fact that originally Alicorn was the substance that made up the horn.
Apr
27
asked What to call a winged unicorn?
Apr
27
comment 'Made of' vs. 'Made from'
The Process is implied by having 'come from' somewhere.
Apr
17
comment “1 in 10 are” or “1 in 10 is”?
It depends on whether you intend to the subject (object?) as a number of individuals or as an individual group.
Apr
10
comment “Pomp” without “circumstance”
@Mr.Disappointment I've never heard of it alone. How odd.
Apr
10
asked “Pomp” without “circumstance”
Apr
2
asked “Reveal” vs. “revelation” as nouns
Jan
30
accepted Origin of “kicker” in reference to unexpected situation or detail
Jan
30
suggested rejected edit on What is the opposite of ad hominem
Jan
27
comment Adverb of “English”
@MarkBeadles not using an obscure word for fear of not being understood, is how words become obscure in the first place.
Jan
27
asked Origin of “kicker” in reference to unexpected situation or detail