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Dec
28
awarded  Teacher
Dec
28
comment Usage of “even if”
This is incorrect. There are two punctuation errors in the first sentence. In addition, this answer would have been insufficient even if it had been correct, since you didn't provide any additional information or insight.
Dec
28
answered Usage of “even if”
Dec
28
comment One word for “stealing something on its way to the recipient”
Hijack is probably the best here. Intercept being a close second, as it doesn't technically imply theft. Either one will get the point clearly across, though.
Jun
15
comment How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”
@Macro I was really just having fun. I think the OP has a perfectly valid question -- I was just trying to come up with fun examples to play around with. Who says math can't be fun?
Jun
15
comment How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”
@ThePopMachine yeah, I guess that works. Now, E = ((MC)² + X)² might be a tougher one.
Jun
14
comment How to read “E = (mc)²” so as not to mistake for “E = mc²”
Well then how would you say E = (MC² + X)²? Take that, math community.
Jun
12
comment Is it ever more appropriate to use “cognizant” over “aware”?
I use cognizant sometimes when the context involves recovering from heavy drinking
May
30
comment Is there an adjective form of Jubilee?
hmm.. jubilerific?
May
14
answered Which word best describes something opposite to “delay”?
May
4
awarded  Autobiographer