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comment Does inserting a comma change what is modified?
@r.ductor, the "standard" way of saying this might be "using eq. 1, lemma 2 and thm. 3, we prove the finiteness of the result" I am assuming that you are talking about math here.
Nov
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comment “Call” vs. “Call at”
I've never heard of "call at" there enters a new phrase in my vocabulary!
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comment Why “half past” and not “half to”?
@FumbleFingers, it does sound awkward (to me), but possibly only because I have never heard it used that way (or I pretended I didn't hear it when I did).
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comment Why “half past” and not “half to”?
alternatively, 6:-30
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answered What is the correct abbreviation of “continued”?
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comment Antonym of “recommend”
why not? I mean if "advice against" is acceptable, so should "not recommend".
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comment Antonym of “recommend”
what happened to the good old "not recommend"?
Jul
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comment “Fish fish fish fish fish fish fish”: valid sentence?
After reading the sentence "Dogs cats nip nip cats dogs nip." The sentence makes sense.
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comment “Fish fish fish fish fish fish fish”: valid sentence?
The site does not really resolve it. In fact the person who wrote that question is the one who questions if it makes sense..
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asked “Fish fish fish fish fish fish fish”: valid sentence?