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Dec
24
revised Is “say to X” grammatically correct but not colloquial?
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Dec
23
comment One who practices art, but is the receiver and not the creator
Why not beholder or observer?
Dec
23
revised A word for “approaching a subject from an original angle”
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Dec
23
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
20
comment What are words like henceforth. nevertheless, hereupon?
What did Richard Snary tell you?
Dec
18
reviewed Close What is the UK-English Equivalent for “band-aid?”
Dec
17
reviewed Reopen He must decide who/whom to be. Which is correct?
Sep
30
comment One word for “bringing someone up to speed”
If they don't know what to do when she's done with them, they've hardly been trained.
Sep
5
awarded  Nice Answer
May
18
revised 'Employee Profiles' or 'Employees Profiles' or 'Employees' Profiles'?
stuff
May
11
reviewed Close meaning of “grant”
May
10
reviewed Close Both arguments are correct
May
10
reviewed Close Why is the word 'always' written with only one 'L'?
May
10
reviewed Close Should this be “not annoying me” or “not annoy me”?
May
10
reviewed Close Word for “Having had considerable thought put into [x]”
May
10
reviewed Close What word means several descriptive words?
May
10
reviewed Close What does “circle the flame” mean?
May
10
reviewed Close How did the archaic 'villein' transform into villain?
May
10
reviewed Close What is better: I can tell or I tell..?
May
10
reviewed Close What is the correct possessive form of “One of the guys”?