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Mathematica apprentice

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Jan
12
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
comment Word for small junk items in household
"Trappings associated with an activity regarded as superfluous" - an Oxford dictionary so some people are picking up this suggestion, perhaps only in Britain...?
Oct
23
answered Word for small junk items in household
Aug
5
awarded  Constituent
Jul
30
awarded  Caucus
Feb
21
answered Non-pejorative term for 'alcohol aficionado'?
Jan
24
comment What do you call that sound uncouth people make by gurgling the snot in their sinuses?
Getting downvoted... You're a tough bunch here ...:)
Jan
23
awarded  Supporter
Jan
23
answered What do you call that sound uncouth people make by gurgling the snot in their sinuses?
Jan
22
answered Phrase choice - phrase to describe exodus of meaningful celebrities from Australia
Jan
20
answered Term for poetry that mimics what it describes
Jan
14
answered Synonym of 'Run' or 'Operate' in the context of a computer programme
Jan
14
answered A word meaning “going south to get north”
Jan
13
comment Is there a similar word to 'twain' but meaning 'three' instead of 'two'?
Quite likely. I read it as that he was looking for a phrase like "cleave in twain". I mustn't jump to conclusions next time... :)
Jan
13
awarded  Teacher
Jan
13
answered Is there a similar word to 'twain' but meaning 'three' instead of 'two'?
Jan
12
answered What is the sound of nails scratching a chalkboard called?