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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
8
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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Oct
15
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
31
asked Comma or no comma before “only”?
Jul
1
asked Is a comma necessary before “above”/“below” when these words are used as sentence terminating adverbs?
Jun
7
accepted “off of the counter” vs “off the counter”
Jun
6
asked “off of the counter” vs “off the counter”
May
9
revised “It may be updated below.” or “It may be updated, below.”
added 220 characters in body
May
9
asked “It may be updated below.” or “It may be updated, below.”
Apr
7
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
13
revised “I got it covered” vs “I've got it covered”
added 179 characters in body
Dec
13
comment “I got it covered” vs “I've got it covered”
@Martha, you are correct. That is exactly what I was asking about - the figurative form (i.e., I have it under control).
Dec
13
awarded  Yearling
Dec
13
accepted A word that describes goofing off at work that can be used as an adjective in front of the word activity?
Dec
13
asked “I got it covered” vs “I've got it covered”
Nov
28
revised A word that describes goofing off at work that can be used as an adjective in front of the word activity?
added 179 characters in body
Nov
28
comment A word that describes goofing off at work that can be used as an adjective in front of the word activity?
@J.R., can distracting be used as an adjective?