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Jun
23
answered Is there a one-word for an act of proactively introducing oneself?
Jun
19
answered Everyday English usage - for a little way
Jun
15
answered “To get enough feet”?
Jun
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
15
comment How would I rewrite this letter to be direct and yet respectful?
I believe that this is question is too broad, and way too subjective, to be answered here. However, I would make it much more terse and also add something that shows good will/respect and your appreciation of their time and of them being a good neighbor thus far.
Jun
12
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
11
revised meaning of “I'm so in my head”
Fixed grammar, markdown formatting, and added some punctuation
Jun
11
suggested approved edit on meaning of “I'm so in my head”
Jun
11
comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
Anonymous works well. I like that it simply states we don't know who they are without any unwanted nuances.
Jun
11
comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
I understand grossly over simplifying works well for security purposes but in terms of nomenclature it's not really an issue and I think telling someone they are a guest when they already have an account is confusing.
Jun
11
revised A word for a “non-logged in” user
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Jun
11
revised Present Perfect Question
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Jun
11
revised A word for a “non-logged in” user
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Jun
11
comment A word for a “non-logged in” user
What if they aren't a guest, but are simply not logged into their account?
Jun
11
answered A word for a “non-logged in” user
Jun
11
comment Equivalent for the Persian idiom “Khaste Nabaashid”
This does not seem like a relevant answer to the question.
Jun
11
comment Are there good English expressions for “raison d’être” and “joie de vivre”?
I think a lot of people are overlooking just how nicely purpose fits.
Jun
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
10
comment Present Perfect Question
Can someone explain the downvote? I checked again and everything seems correct to me.