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Agile is the substance of features planned for, the avoidance of milestones unseen.


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answered collapse vs minimize
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revised Can One Jump To Good Conclusions?
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comment What does it mean to wax a cross?
Stop showing off your adversity. Why don't you wax and shine your sufferings a little more?
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comment When should I use a comma before the word “who”?
YACQ - yet another comma question. Are there algorithms in place that could auto-close YACQs.
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answered Can One Jump To Good Conclusions?
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comment My using gerunds
once upon a midnight dreary, I dreamed of somethin so scary, that my thoughts grew hairy, and my experiences hoary, of memory I need to bury, of a season I had thought merry, of a Mary nary sorry of her furry fury, whipping up my allergy, but wary am I of her, sadly. And totally. Actually.
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comment What we call the next consecutive question in series of problem
WRT (with reference to) the previous question [link to previous question], also find the distance of traversal.
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comment Differenciate between instant and at your convenience messaging
"this idiom is considered archaic". It is not idiomatic or archaic. If it is "archaic", shouldn't I be able to find the phrase in Shakespeare, KJV or Edgar Ellen Poe? It is probably an awkward use of the Latin per, sometimes used in legal documents in place of the phrase in pursuant to. Since per (but not as per) is prevalent in use in legal documents, it is not archaic. Since it means what it means as it means, it is not idiomatic.
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comment Differenciate between instant and at your convenience messaging
What does as per mean?
Nov
24
comment Where did “Spineless” come from?
It came in every language of the world.
Nov
24
comment What is the objection of Siddhartha here?
Isn't there an overflow Buddhism forum, already?
Nov
24
comment Is the word 'lousy' used more often in the UK than in the US?
I've never comprehended the purpose of the phrase "for what it is worth".
Nov
24
comment Is the word 'lousy' used more often in the UK than in the US?
That's not true anymore. People like me brought this word over and now everyone around me all over the country are using this word with wild abandon. The word is extremely popular in the US now. "Have a lousy day, with some lousy friends, with a lousy future."
Nov
24
comment The american R sound
Which region? Northern New England French English accent? Downeast Maine? Southern Maine? Bostonian? Confused New Hampshirite accent? Connecticut? Connecticun stranded in Texas accent? Rural Texan? New Yworkian? New Jwersian? Pennsylvania? Georgia? Tennessee? Houstonian? Cancunian stranded in New York? Southern mid-west? Chicagoan Italian English? Chicagoan Irish English? Chicagoan Chinese English? Southern Californian? Middle-aged soccer mommian? Los Angeles Spanglish? San Francisco Chinese English? Seattle Chinese English? St Louis Indian English? Montana Cherokee English? etc, etc.
Nov
24
comment “I'm migrating to Australia” or “I'm immigrating to Australia”?
immigrate = coming into a country; emigrate = going out of a country; migrate is for biological/group movements like animals, birds, electrons, population, statistical numbers.
Nov
24
comment “If there is some uncertainty, please let me know” is correct?
"" "If there is some uncertainty, please let me know" is correct ? "" is not acceptable.
Nov
24
comment What is the name of the base form of and adjective?
For painted door, are there painteder door and paintedest door?
Nov
24
comment What does “not far wrong” mean?
Is this a real question? This is a question asked in Mathematics/logic test.
Nov
21
comment What did he say in this video?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is off-topic.
Nov
21
comment President “Obamar”
Have you tuned in to Youtube news channels lately? What about the English news anchor in Ireland, Japan or China? Certainly, the 'stralian accent is annoying enough to me, but that is how they speak English in Australia and I have to accept it. Have you seen the movie Fargo? Have you listened to that Canadian hockey jockey? What standard are you talking about?