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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").
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10
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Mar
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revised Is there an idiom for “I'm not an expert when it comes to kinds of feces”
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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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revised Single word for “pleasant to look at”
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Feb
25
revised What do you call a cylinder with a hole down the center?
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Feb
25
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Feb
23
revised Term used for a quantum or package of medication
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Feb
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revised What's a less offensive substitute for “rep-whores”?
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Feb
10
revised Does “then before, now once more” mean anything?
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Feb
10
revised What's the meaning of “Bread, you know it makes sandwiches”?
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Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed What's the meaning of “Bread, you know it makes sandwiches”?
Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed What would be the onomatopoeia for “spit”?