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Here I am! The younger I get, the less I know.


Jun
26
reviewed Close “Perry and he” vs “He and Perry”
Jun
26
reviewed Close What is the word for poignant, but with a positive connotation?
Jun
26
reviewed Close What is the difference between doctrine and dogma?
Jun
26
reviewed Close Shifting the discussion to personae
Jun
18
revised Does etymology have a word like cladistics?
added emphases, fixed punctuation
Jun
18
answered Does etymology have a word like cladistics?
Jun
18
reviewed Close What goes after another person: we or us?
Jun
18
reviewed Close What exactly does “bear witness” mean?
Jun
18
reviewed Close Can I treat “of course” and “of course not” like “yes” and “no”?
Jun
16
awarded  Constituent
Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
Apr
29
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
8
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
14
comment Tom, Jake and Jenny aren't looking forward to Thanksgiving. Why?
Conversely, some Spanish surnames use terms for (or derived from) animals: Garza - stork/heron, Oropez - goldfish, Lopez - (derived from) wolf, Gallo - rooster, Ochoa - nickname for wolf, Merlo - blackbird, Palomo - dove, Rana - frog.
Mar
14
reviewed No Action Needed Can a singular noun be used to represent a category of things in a sentence subject?
Mar
14
reviewed No Action Needed What's a positive word for “disruptive”?
Mar
14
reviewed Leave Closed “Semantic”s relation to “Pedantic”
Mar
14
reviewed Reopen If you say in English: wear the pants in a relationship, then can you also say wear the skirt in a relationship?
Mar
14
reviewed Looks OK What is the opposite of “abbreviation”?
Mar
14
reviewed Close How do you describe the taste of an onion?