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Jan
21
comment Is it acceptable to nest parentheses?
I would say that separating content with parentheses is an attempt to provide content to the reader in a parallell scope. Using commas, would be a more serialized approach.
Jan
21
comment Is it acceptable to nest parentheses?
@T.Webster : If you have trouble keeping track of the parenthesis in a text you write, you should consider re-write. If the writer loose track, how should the reader be able to keep track?
Jan
20
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Oct
15
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Sep
21
revised Is there a difference between “disc” and “disk” for naming digital storage media?
Removed "beta" from reference to Graphic Design, as this site is no longer in beta.
Jan
22
comment A word that means to both encrypt and decrypt
As Jim say: "Cryptography" is a noun which is more likely to be a class name. Although you are asking for a word that means both "encrypt" and "decrypt", you are also saying that this is for naming a small class. So why not use "Cryptography" for the class?
Oct
15
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Jun
5
comment Is there a word that describes seeing and hearing as one thing?
@Neil: Yes. I see it now.
Jun
5
revised Is 'can' an appropriate substitute for 'may' to indicate possibility?
Changed to point to dictionary meanings.
Jun
5
answered Is 'can' an appropriate substitute for 'may' to indicate possibility?
Jun
5
comment Is there a word that describes seeing and hearing as one thing?
This also depends on how the OP intend to use it of course. Sometimes we need more context to be able to find the right expression.
Jun
5
comment Is there a word that describes seeing and hearing as one thing?
seeing and hearing are verbs. audiovisual is not. It is not easy to use it in the same way.
Mar
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Dec
17
revised Is “delete” a hyponym of “edit”?
added 56 characters in body
Dec
17
answered Is “delete” a hyponym of “edit”?
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Aug
30
comment How was sexual intercourse referred to before 'sex'?
In the movie Mamma Mia‌​, Donna is reading from her mothers diary, where it is referred just as ..., in which Donna explains to her friends: "dot dot dot - That's when they 'did it' in the olden days".
Aug
26
comment When should I use “a” vs “an”?
@nohat: There is something called "y" sound, but most English words starting with "y" actually is pronounced more like the "j" sound. The English "y" sound is more like "aj", but is only pronounced like that when not in the beginning of a word, like in "why".
Aug
26
revised 'were + past tense verb' v. 'are + past tense verb'
Change to reflect possibility of either based on context