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Jul
21
suggested rejected edit on word or term for letting someone else have a chance to win
Jul
7
revised Word that describes experiencing something second-hand
Copy edited. Made the body self-contained.
Jul
7
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May
26
revised Why do some users from India make these particular punctuation and capitalization errors?
Copy edited. Used the official name of Stack Exchange - see section "Proper Use of the Stack Exchange Name" in http://stackoverflow.com/legal/trademark-guidance (the last section).
May
26
suggested approved edit on Why do some users from India make these particular punctuation and capitalization errors?
May
26
comment Is it ever correct to have a space before a question or exclamation mark?
@user36421: most interesting!
May
17
revised I'm looking for a word opposite to dying
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May
17
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May
1
comment Is there a word or an idiom for people who only spend their families' money and fool around?
Related: Natalia Nezvanova's piece
May
1
revised Word for a person who talks without content
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May
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Apr
29
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
23
comment Is the lowercase pronoun “i” a feature of Indian English?
This is not restricted to India. It is (unfortunately) also, for whatever reason, very common in central Europe: southern Germany, Belgium, northern part of Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, and Poland. And they are all very stubborn about it. They even use it in business emails.
Apr
10
revised An adjective or a single word that means something is “new” and “different” at the same time
Copy edited (but more could be done, e.g. near "it is "different," different").
Apr
10
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Apr
10
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
26
revised Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
Copy edited, etc. (E.g. ref. <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lesser_of_two_evils#Noun>). Removed meta information (this can be put in comments).
Mar
26
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Mar
26
revised Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
Copy edited. Removed historical information (e.g. ref. <http://meta.stackexchange.com/a/230693> and <http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/266164>).
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26
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