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answered Tea infusion or brew
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accepted What does “ioyning” mean?
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asked What does “ioyning” mean?
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comment Is there a male counterpart to being a virgin?
So that's where the phrase to take someone's cherry comes from?
Nov
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reviewed Approve Was found to be or found to be?
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reviewed Edit A word of sudden and shocking realization
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revised A word of sudden and shocking realization
formatting and tone
Nov
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comment Term for deliberately gaming the preview screen of YouTube
For a less pornographic example, see How To Basic.
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revised What do you call the habit of looking into smartphone while walking?
Small tidies.
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comment “Why the Sky is Blue”
So why did you add a question mark to the title of the book, @HadiRj?
Nov
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comment North American joke: “What do you call Halloween boner?'”
@deadrat I just dislike links on the word here, but didn't have time to think of an alternative phrasing.
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comment North American joke: “What do you call Halloween boner?'”
That last link is from americansouthwest.net/arizona/petrified_forest/….
Oct
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revised Two grammatical problems in the lyrics of “Colors of the wind”
Formatting. Grammar.
Oct
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comment Word for inlets of a mountain
Geography class in school. V-shaped valleys are carved by water; U-shaped by ice. So the name has to do with the shape in cross-section. (Both will be open-ended, yes, but that's not where the name comes from, and "open-ended valley" != "U-shaped valley".)
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answered Two “if”s in a row
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comment Word for inlets of a mountain
Cwm in Welsh; corrie in Irish & Scots Gaelic. Both words have passed into English.