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Jun
8
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there a reason to use “mono” over “uni”?
Jun
8
reviewed Reject suggested edit on What does the word “s***storm” mean exactly?
May
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the difference between “puberty” and “adolescence”?
May
28
comment Is the opposite of 'within', 'without'?
You really think so? ~ ~ "archaic or literary - Outside: 'the barbarians without the gates' -> oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/without
May
28
comment Is the opposite of 'within', 'without'?
"Wamba had improved their town and made it a fair and comfortable place to dwell in, and the barbarians without the gates were quieted now by frequent defeat." ~ ~ Does this sentence mean the barbarians outside the gates, or the barbarians who didn't own a single gate between them?
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
27
reviewed Close Can I say “Why not you study literature?”
Dec
27
awarded  Custodian
Dec
27
reviewed Close “That was me” vs. “That was I”
Dec
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a word for “air can pass through it”?
Dec
22
awarded  Pundit
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
3
comment In a theatrical reenactment of a real event, how can the 4th wall be broken?
By the way... I am not saying that to be a prat - it is in the good answer guidelines here -> english.stackexchange.com/help/how-to-answer
Nov
3
comment In a theatrical reenactment of a real event, how can the 4th wall be broken?
As I see it, the question is "can I say that the fourth wall is being broken by the realness of the experience?" which would be a question about the usage of the term 'fourth wall'. I am not 100% sure though, depending on what 'can I say' means, so I have asked the OP for clarification. If it is a question about what constitutes a breaking of the fourth wall, then yes- it is off-topic. In either case though, suggesting a fancy word is not really an answer.
Nov
3
comment In a theatrical reenactment of a real event, how can the 4th wall be broken?
A whole new level of audience participation...
Nov
3
comment What does 'sanding a doorstep' mean?
I am not sure they have a Farsi edition.
Nov
3
comment What is a single word for “wandering around a mall or a market”?
Window shopping?
Nov
3
comment In a theatrical reenactment of a real event, how can the 4th wall be broken?
Could you give a bit more detail of why you think the realness of the experience would break the fourth wall?