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Jan
18
comment Is it grammatically correct to shift an appositive away from the noun it renames or describes?
If I overheard those words I would have written them with parentheses: Is she staying for supper (your mum)?
Jan
6
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Jan
6
revised What do you call a glade or path created artificially in order to to prevent wildfires?
added examples of 'belt'
Jan
6
comment What do you call a glade or path created artificially in order to to prevent wildfires?
@BenjaminHarman indeed it does.
Jan
6
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Jan
6
answered What do you call a glade or path created artificially in order to to prevent wildfires?
Feb
27
comment Does English have words to describe the lowest rank member of society?
In many countries there are people with less political power than citizens, such as non-citizens and refugees.
Apr
5
comment Why do people say “over-” and “underwhelmed” but never just “whelmed”?
See the frequency of usage of 'whelm' on Google NGram Viewer ngrams.googlelabs.com/…
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14
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