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May
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
29
comment Should I use “the” in a list of multiple subjects?
@Mari-LouA Shouldn't that be the parser and tag libraries?
Mar
12
comment The Doors On The Bus go open and shut?
The doors do two things: they go open and they shut. It is not that they go open and go shut.
Feb
16
comment Derogatory term for a corporate employee
Corporate drone is quite usual with this meaning, indeed.
Jan
14
comment Can the non-restrictive clause NOT be next to the noun it modifies?
In fact, I prefer the second sentence. In the first one, the antecedent of which is not clear at all (routine? optimal growth?)
Nov
24
revised one word for “the desire to feel special to someone”
Typo in title
Nov
24
suggested approved edit on one word for “the desire to feel special to someone”
Oct
2
answered Why is the expression “bodily fluids” and not “body fluids”?
Aug
1
answered Which is correct? “In as greater detail as possible” or “In as great a detail as possible”
Jun
27
revised What does “writing intentions” mean in the following context?
Minor clarification
Jun
27
answered What does “writing intentions” mean in the following context?
Jun
27
comment Is “European Peninsula” a common name for Europe?
I wonder whether the journalist means "all of Europe save Russia" or "all of Europe save the former Soviet Union", but yes, I agree with your answer.
Jun
23
awarded  Constituent
Jun
10
awarded  Caucus
May
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
27
answered “In the open sea everything must be recorded in the Log. ”
Mar
6
comment Why is there an 'a' at the end of “Crimea”?
That -ea ending looks Romanian to me. Maybe the word came into Western languages (probably French) through Romanian and then spread into others, including English. But I have absolutely no proof of that.
Jan
28
comment Choose the proper variant to complete the sentence:
Do you want us to do your homework for you?
Nov
13
awarded  Critic
Nov
13
comment I've finished my studies and currently looking for a job?
No, it is not. That looking is dangling, it needs an auxiliary verb (am, in this case).