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Jul
12
comment Recur vs. Reoccur
If you expected it to happen exactly once more in the future, which would you use? For argument's sake, let's say you expected it to happen at a regular interval exactly once.
Jul
12
asked Recur vs. Reoccur
Jun
28
accepted Is there a schwa in the middle of Coleridge?
Jun
21
comment Is there a schwa in the middle of Coleridge?
@Cerberus Thanks for unAmericanizing my IPA.
Jun
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
21
asked Is there a schwa in the middle of Coleridge?
Jun
16
asked Instantaneous interpretation of disjoined events over a duration
Jun
7
comment “Thank both of you”
So my first example ("thank both of you...") would be acceptable, despite its sounding very wrong to my ear?
Jun
1
accepted Does using the word “crony” necessitate a negative connotation?
Jun
1
accepted Is there an aphorism for doing a self-defeating act?
May
25
comment Is there an aphorism for doing a self-defeating act?
This one is excellent. Thanks!
May
25
comment Is there an aphorism for doing a self-defeating act?
Are you quoting from this song‌​?
May
25
asked Is there an aphorism for doing a self-defeating act?
May
13
asked Does using the word “crony” necessitate a negative connotation?
May
13
comment Strange verb string tonal pattern
Is there some standard notation for this type of thing?
May
12
comment Strange verb string tonal pattern
@Snubian - Added example. If it helps, there might be a slight pause between the first and second list items.
May
12
revised Strange verb string tonal pattern
Added example.
May
12
asked Strange verb string tonal pattern
May
12
asked “Thank both of you”
May
2
comment A single word meaning to abide in a place for a long time
@FumbleFingers - Agreed.