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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Curious
Mar
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comment Noun for someone fun and caring and compassionate
Makes me want to combine the answers as "delightful gentleman" or "charmer gentleman". But that wouldn't really work out, would it? :)
Jan
25
comment What do you call unclean water that you can't see through?
@Ben: I agree. Perhaps "mire" was too strong for this sentence.
Jan
24
comment What do you call unclean water that you can't see through?
So as per the question, we could call the water "Murky and mired with..."
Oct
25
comment How do you write the short form of “you all”?
More info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Y%27all
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awarded  Informed
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
11
accepted Is “if winning isn't everything then why do they keep score” a correct sentence?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
2
accepted Ending punctuation of “How are you”?
Jan
2
comment Ending punctuation of “How are you”?
The quote was actually one of those italicized quotes that appear at the end of every Readers Digest (RD) article. It was probably contributed by an RD reader. It was many years ago, so I don't even remember what punctuation they had used. Then again, couldn't 'how are you' be used solely with an exclamation mark imagining someone was shouting it to a friend? How are you!!!
Jan
2
asked Ending punctuation of “How are you”?
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
28
answered Is it correct to say 'Do one thing' when asking somebody to do something?
Sep
28
accepted Can “No thanks” be used in place of “No need to say thanks”?
Sep
28
asked Can “No thanks” be used in place of “No need to say thanks”?
Jul
21
accepted “We care for our Nature” or “We care for Nature”?
Jul
20
asked “We care for our Nature” or “We care for Nature”?