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Jul
30
comment Does “anything man” exist?
I think factotum comes closest, given the context. However Wiktionary says "dated".
Jul
30
comment Does “anything man” exist?
@JSBangs: what is the correct term then? Compound word? Compound noun? Idiom?
Jul
30
asked Does “anything man” exist?
Jul
27
revised “She’s got a ticket to ride, but she don’t care” — why?
Added context.
Jul
27
comment Why is 'that' sometimes optional before dependent clauses?
Embedded clause or dependent clause?
Jul
27
suggested suggested edit on “She’s got a ticket to ride, but she don’t care” — why?
Jul
24
suggested suggested edit on When is the correct time to use 'granter' or 'grantor'
Jul
23
revised What's the difference between programmer and developer?
Not all of the audience are native speakers. Copy edited.
Jul
23
suggested suggested edit on What's the difference between programmer and developer?
Jul
22
comment Is there a better way to write 'pre processing and post processing'?
pre processing and post processing do not exist. It is preprocessing and postprocessing (with pre-processing and post-processing listed as alternative spellings).
Jul
22
revised When is it necessary to use a hyphen in writing a compound word?
Formatted the sample words. Copy edited.
Jul
22
suggested suggested edit on When is it necessary to use a hyphen in writing a compound word?
Jul
21
comment “Whole day” or “all day”?
misho, when do you sleep?
Jul
20
revised Breaking down “Of his honour and his glory, the people would sing” into subject, verb, predicate
Expansion.
Jul
20
suggested suggested edit on Breaking down “Of his honour and his glory, the people would sing” into subject, verb, predicate
Jul
20
comment When is the correct time to use 'granter' or 'grantor'
@Scott: can you elaborate on "your are a '?'"
Jul
20
answered Is it “front-end”, “frontend”, or “front end”?
Jul
18
revised What does the phrase 'make the girls tick' mean?
Copy edited. Quoted in a different (standard?) way.
Jul
18
suggested suggested edit on What does the phrase 'make the girls tick' mean?
Jul
17
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