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Jun
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comment Is there an antonym for “capitalize” (as in letter-case)
Hehe, very funny. :-P
May
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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accepted Is there an antonym for “capitalize” (as in letter-case)
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment Sentences ending with both a colon and a question mark
That’s fine with really short things, but it would be incredibly unwieldy and illegible with long things like URLs, but even with shorter things like words or phrases.
Jan
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comment Sentences ending with both a colon and a question mark
I thought of that but the question mark is displaced by a significant amount, especially with a longer URL. And it does not address a list. Did you mean this http://foobar.baz/blah/someone/site/search?query=something&width=1024&height=768‌​;q=5&otherstuff=somethingelse;flashvars=one%20other%25thing%226?
Dec
14
comment How can you make “to be” explicit and simple in this future conditional sentence?
How about If Jerry gets bad… or If Jerry becomes bad… or If Jerry does not stay good…?
Dec
14
accepted Sentences ending with both a colon and a question mark
Dec
14
comment Sentences ending with both a colon and a question mark
I like the note about colon usage in terms of lists, but I don’t think it applies to the first case (introduction of a specific piece of related information). I already make a habit of putting URLs on a separate, indented line.
Dec
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asked Sentences ending with both a colon and a question mark
Dec
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answered What are the names of the pieces of a question mark?
Dec
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revised “Everything is not…”
Removed nags to placate the naggers.
Dec
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comment “Everything is not…”
Hehe, I guess I took your advice. :-D
Dec
4
comment “Everything is not…”
@Manhnax, would the question be any better if the words “really annoyed” were removed? Suddenly/magically the question becomes valid? It’s a simple question: is it legitimate grammar? would an English teacher complain?
Dec
4
comment “Everything is not…”
> Your perception is incorrect @Peter, well it is a subject perception. I had heard few, if any times for a few decades then pretty much every week (at least on screen).
Dec
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comment “Everything is not…”
> If you want to annoy people using it, misunderstood them. Huh?
Dec
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asked “Everything is not…”