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Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@Kris: Anything sensible activities except for harvesting for sure. The waiting period should be minimal, not for doing unnecessary activities.
Apr
28
comment What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
@zpletan: inter-harvest period sounds good and understandable.
Apr
28
revised What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
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Apr
28
asked What is the terminology of the waiting period between two successive harvests?
Feb
26
comment Is it correct to use “and” immediately followed by “or” or “or” immediately followed by “and”?
@karthik:I am confused in whether I have to accept karthik's answer or ErikE's answer or both. :-)
Feb
26
accepted Is it correct to use “and” immediately followed by “or” or “or” immediately followed by “and”?
Feb
26
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Feb
26
comment Is it correct to use “and” immediately followed by “or” or “or” immediately followed by “and”?
Which one do you prefer and/or or or/and or both? :-) Of course +1 for you.
Feb
26
comment Is it correct to use “and” immediately followed by “or” or “or” immediately followed by “and”?
I smell a duplicate. I will delete this soon. What do you think?
Feb
26
asked Is it correct to use “and” immediately followed by “or” or “or” immediately followed by “and”?
Feb
7
accepted “a variable of type int” versus “a variable of an int type”
Feb
7
comment “a variable of type int” versus “a variable of an int type”
I am still wondering why type int can be used and int type cannot. In my understanding, the noun phrase int type stands for a type of int where int becomes the modifier.
Feb
7
comment “a variable of type int” versus “a variable of an int type”
@ArmenTsirunyan: I forgot the books.
Feb
7
asked “a variable of type int” versus “a variable of an int type”
Feb
2
accepted What is the correct conjunction or punctuation for the following sentence?
Feb
2
comment Is there any difference in meaning between “cannot afford to + verb” and “cannot + verb”?
@JohnLawler: The available answers below have perfectly shed light on my confusion. Thank you.
Feb
2
comment Is there any difference in meaning between “cannot afford to + verb” and “cannot + verb”?
Actually this is a real question.
Feb
2
comment What is the correct conjunction or punctuation for the following sentence?
"We don't know what we should do if the worst case, which is that the math teacher does not allow us to use calculators in the test, happens." might be OK.
Feb
2
comment What is the correct conjunction or punctuation for the following sentence?
For those who down vote this answer, please give me the reason. I will consider your advice and change my decision.
Feb
2
answered What is the correct conjunction or punctuation for the following sentence?