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

Nov
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answered What is the opposite of an exhaustive list?
Oct
7
answered Word or phrase for a woman who shows up at events in gaudy outfits, garish make-up, and excessive jewelry?
Aug
7
answered using phrase “weekend of”
Mar
1
answered “We've got you covered” on an umbrella
Jan
5
answered How does one deal with one word in parenthesis at the start of a sentence?
Dec
4
answered When can a comma be used before the word 'and'?
Oct
12
answered “Awfully” or “awful”?
Sep
25
answered Use of “of course” in technical writing
Sep
20
answered “Referer” or “referrer”
Sep
17
answered Difference between “instantly” and “instantaneously”
Sep
10
answered Starting a sentence with “In Winter 2010,”
Sep
6
answered Is the apostrophe (') supposed to be omitted in names like 'King's Cross', 'King's Singers'?
Sep
3
answered Meaning of “a wisp in the ether”?
Sep
1
answered What reasoning is behind the names of the trigonometric functions “sine”, “secant” and “tangent”?
Aug
26
answered A better way to express this sentence to clarify its meaning?
Aug
23
answered Is there a word for the act of dimming an oil lamp?
Aug
23
answered “Neither . . . nor” vs. “nor . . . neither”
Aug
13
answered Is “of course” just a warning that something is NOT obvious?
Jul
27
answered “A guy whose job is to” vs “a guy whose job it is to”?
Jul
27
answered “Undertake” and “overtake”