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comment Is there a special name for these big balloony toys in parks? (image included)
@Kevin in the Northeastern United States, in the 80's/90's
Nov
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revised Is there a special name for these big balloony toys in parks? (image included)
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answered Is there a special name for these big balloony toys in parks? (image included)
Oct
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
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comment What does the term “chalkiest” mean in the context of Fantasy Football?
That makes sense. In this particular instance "Williams" was the number one waiver wire pickup of the week. Thanks.
Oct
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accepted What does the term “chalkiest” mean in the context of Fantasy Football?
Oct
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asked What does the term “chalkiest” mean in the context of Fantasy Football?
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awarded  Critic
Oct
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answered What is the name for the glove worn to take out baked food from oven, so that touching the hot tray doesn't burn our hands?
Sep
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answered What is the name of a small unluxurious restaurant?
Jun
26
comment A fabulous word for a small wooded area
the forest of Aragorn!
Sep
25
comment Word for “sitting down heavily?”
if she did it 'exhausted' then you can say she 'passed out' on the bed.
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
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comment Which is correct, “sales price” or “sale price”?
needs more jQuery
Apr
14
comment What would you call size that fits between small and medium?
This would work, if they add a size between medium and large as well, such that the scaling is consistent.
Apr
14
comment What would you call size that fits between small and medium?
from a usability perspective, you are doing it wrong if you need a label for every size. Labels are meaningless in such a respect, as are pixels (could you mentally visualize 96px if you werent one of the developers?) ask how you can improve your approach on ux.stackexchange
Feb
18
comment Is there a word/term for a question where the asker knows he'll criticise any answer?
Thats a great answer and all, but does David know you are wrong?
Dec
16
comment “Take something into account” vs “Take into account something” — are both correct?
The second one is incorrect.
Dec
11
answered What is the meaning of “as much as anything”?