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Apr
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accepted The origin of “break of day”
Apr
13
comment The origin of “break of day”
Ok, thank you very much.
Apr
13
asked The origin of “break of day”
Oct
5
comment Pronunciation of “this year”
Thank you very much for such a detailed explanation.
Oct
5
accepted Pronunciation of “this year”
Oct
5
asked Pronunciation of “this year”
Aug
17
accepted Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Aug
17
comment Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Thanks for the answer! Strangely enough, someone silently downvoted it..
Aug
17
asked Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Jun
7
accepted Does “you don't want X” mean “I don't recommend X to you”?
Jun
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asked Does “you don't want X” mean “I don't recommend X to you”?
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
8
comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
I just wanted to make sure, you know.
Dec
8
awarded  Scholar
Dec
8
accepted Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Dec
8
comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Ok, I'm convinced.
Dec
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Dec
8
comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Of course I understand there's no precise quantification, but, as I understood, "a ton" is usually more significant than "a lot". By the way, thanks for correcting me about "a tons", I fixed that in my question.
Dec
8
revised Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
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