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Ubuntu and open source enthusiast, quizzing geek, gaming maniac, and a student too :)


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
15
answered Adverb for 'within a short timeframe'
Aug
27
awarded  Yearling
Jun
21
awarded  Constituent
Mar
10
answered Can I say “Nice!” to a “How are you?” greeting?
Mar
10
comment What is the meaning of “having one's kitten in one's pocket”?
@Vilmar What I was thinking as well. Could be clarified by the surrounding text.
Dec
9
revised Word for a person who acts like you
Made some grammatical corrections.
Dec
9
suggested suggested edit on Word for a person who acts like you
Dec
9
comment Expression for an 'end-to-end product development process'
Evolution? I cant think of any word which better describes it.
Dec
9
comment “Technology” is to “technical” as “memory” is to what?
"mental"? Or is that too simple?
Dec
9
answered Term for providing a rationale for why a concept applies
Dec
9
answered Word for a person who acts like you
Nov
20
awarded  Editor
Nov
20
revised cleft sentence + to be verb
corrected a spelling, removed unqrequired part
Nov
20
suggested suggested edit on cleft sentence + to be verb
Nov
20
awarded  Commentator
Nov
20
comment what the phrase/ formula of “as is” means
english.stackexchange.com/questions/90800/…
Jul
15
answered What's the difference between “ghastly” and “hideous”?
Jul
15
comment Preposition to choose when referring to something from a book
I think someone can answer this better than me so I am putting it in a comment. I have always used the first form i.e. Dill from To Kill a Mockingbird when referring to characters from works of fiction. I dont think either of the latter two are used or acceptable forms.
Jul
15
comment Difference between “matter” and “concern”
I dont think the "worry" meaning of concern applies here. If it would have meant that, then the better way of conveying it would have been : Its a concern for the politicians rather than Its the concern of politicians I think the difference in the context is clearly visible.