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comment What do you call the process of reducing inflammation or the state that inflammation has been cured?
@FumbleFingers I don't like it enough to argue for. It was all that came to mind at the time.
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answered What do you call the process of reducing inflammation or the state that inflammation has been cured?
Nov
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comment What do you call someone who uses Twitter?
@Mari-LouA As an aside, Craig Ferguson, a Scotsman turned Yankee comic, exulted over his new Twitter account, claiming "I've joined the Tweetie!"
Nov
24
answered What is a term describing the destruction of crops by insects, bugs, or vermin?
Nov
24
comment What do you call someone who uses Twitter?
@Mari-LouA Done. I am puzzled at our colleagues view about lack of value in your question.
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answered Word for two collections that do not have any elements in common
Nov
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comment How to write shorter “Public Consultation” max around 12 letter
Public Input?
Nov
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comment One talk/paper, two speakers/authors
Are they interacting during the presentation? If so, perhaps a dialog (or dialogue)?
Nov
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comment Is “I always found their sight relaxing” grammatical?
@ColinFine Well, I tried to respond to what he wanted to say rather than a meaning not intended.
Nov
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comment Is “I always found their sight relaxing” grammatical?
Why do you think you would find a particular complete sentence on Google?
Nov
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revised Is “I always found their sight relaxing” grammatical?
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answered Is “I always found their sight relaxing” grammatical?
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comment Is the use of the word 'hence' improper in business writing?
Consider using thus instead. Or preceding the causal clause with inasmuch as. No, don't.
Nov
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comment What's the single word to describe the smell of the perfume of someone who just walked by?
Mr. Pacino spent a whole movie focusing on The Scent of a Woman
Nov
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comment Is it rude to say “none of your business”?
Is it rude to ask in the first place?
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Oct
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comment What's a less obscure word for “sinecure”?
Maybe a positive statement, such as evolving.
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answered What's a less obscure word for “sinecure”?