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comment What is this piece of children's playground apparatus called?
Carousel is a great word, but it has such a variety of meanings. I think you are both right.
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answered What is this piece of children's playground apparatus called?
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comment Punctuation of sentence ending with the word “period” for emphasis
"grammatically correct tweet" - now there's an idea. I would probably put "... great movie. End of." Which is twitterese for the same thing.
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comment Are all myths superstitions, or are all superstitions myths?
@TimLymington Yes - good choice.
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comment “Run over XXX” or “run XXX over”
Yes - I have made it "listener", which is probably what I meant. Or at least it makes sense now.
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comment “Run over XXX” or “run XXX over”
@jwpat cheers. I have no idea what I meant either, so I might have to come back to it.
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comment What word is used to describe an event that will never occur?
"near-zero-probability" might work. They are exceptionally unlikely, but still possible.
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answered Ebb - is it right to say “ebb toward”, or does this word have negative connotations