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Long-time Informix user and developer, experienced in C and Unix (many variants). Email: jonathan.leffler@gmail.com

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answered using phrase “weekend of”
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comment “We've got you covered” on an umbrella
I think all puns are plays on words, but there are plays on words which are not puns.
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answered “We've got you covered” on an umbrella
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comment Is there a prefix that indicates that an event recurs four times a year?
Biweekly for every two weeks (or fortnightly if you aren't in the USA). Bimonthly for every two months. Trimonthly would be a possibility, but 'quarterly' is a better choice.
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comment How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
I think the circumstances of this question are slightly different from the other, so they are not exact duplicates.
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revised How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
Add 'updated question' section
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comment How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
I think your new example should probably treat the (Maybe) as a single word sentence (interjection), and punctuate accordingly (Maybe.) or (Maybe!) or (Maybe...). Or treat it as a parenthetical adverbial at the end of the first sentence: ... I'm never baking again (maybe!). The whole kitchen ....
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answered How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
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answered When can a comma be used before the word 'and'?
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answered “Awfully” or “awful”?
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answered Use of “of course” in technical writing
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