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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
26
comment Apartment number before or after house number and street
vote to migrate elsewhere
Jul
26
answered Apartment number before or after house number and street
Jul
26
comment Apartment number before or after house number and street
That's not true of all post offices. The US Postal Service, for instance, tends to put apartment on line 2.
Jul
26
revised What does “Turn a lemon(s) into lemonade” exactly mean?
formatted to make it clearer
Jul
26
suggested suggested edit on What does “Turn a lemon(s) into lemonade” exactly mean?
Jul
24
comment What's the difference between “cup” and “glass”?
@Marthaª what about a metal "kiddush cup"
Jul
24
comment What is the difference between “Hept-” and “Sept-” prefixes?
"sexagenarian" and "pentagenarian" are both valid words though not used much.
Jul
24
comment What's the unit for a blueberry?
@Daniel Chinese has measure words for nearly everything (and maybe Japanese and Korean). English has very few measure words. We mostly just use units when something is divided up - slices, pieces, parts - when there's a natural grouping - pairs, sets, decks, packs - or when the original word is not countable - dollars, kilograms, liters.
Jul
23
awarded  Caucus
Jul
17
revised Meaning of the word “congratufukinlation”
fixed spelling
Jul
17
suggested suggested edit on Meaning of the word “congratufukinlation”
Jul
13
awarded  Editor
Jul
12
comment “Percent” vs. “percentile”
actually, no. you're right. i understood "200th" wrongly somehow....
Jul
12
answered How to avoid ambiguity in “I am renting an apartment in New York”?
Jul
9
comment Is it correct to write: “She told her to phone him the morning of the next day.”
i think adding the "in" is actually worse... Better still is "She told her to phone him the next morning"
Jul
9
answered Is it correct to write: “She told her to phone him the morning of the next day.”
Jul
9
comment “For the time being” vs. “for now”
... so by your logic, now and then are nearly interchangeable? And stupid and idiotic are not?
Jul
6
answered Is there a single word for 'scaring a person for sake of fun'?
Jul
3
comment “not found” or “is not found”
unrelated: thedailywtf.com/Articles/What_Is_Truth_0x3f_.aspx