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Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
I don't think it's a mispelling, see my edit.
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
See my edit, I don't think they mean randomly.
Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
@ΜετάEd because it can't be found in general sources (some of which I checked), it's general reference? Since when was lack of evidence proof?
Sep
24
revised What does “randomically” mean?
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Sep
24
comment What does “randomically” mean?
Why do I have a downvote? Could the downvoted/someone more observant see what I've done wrong?
Sep
24
asked What does “randomically” mean?
Sep
21
accepted What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
20
revised What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?
undoing some unnecessary changes
Sep
19
revised What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?
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Sep
19
comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
@DavidWallace and others, feel free to roll-back.
Sep
19
revised Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
edited title
Sep
19
comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
@Carlo_R. but why would I change the title to something that doesn't reflect my question? I can edit my title to be more transparent though.
Sep
19
comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
But @Carlo_R. I've never 'thought to me', that's a misuse of English, not an ignorance of idioms.
Sep
19
comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
But what I've noticed is that very few words in English have * literally* the same meaning, and more often than not connote something else. But I can't think of a different connotation to those two.
Sep
19
accepted “Reveal” vs. “revelation” as nouns
Sep
19
accepted “Pomp” without “circumstance”
Sep
19
comment Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
@Robusto No! Which is why I thought the 'to myself' was redundant, but yet it's used.
Sep
19
asked Is there a difference between 'I thought to myself' and 'I thought.'?
Sep
19
asked What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?