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May
9
suggested approved edit on How did the Swedish word “fartlek” make it to the English language running vocabulary?
May
8
revised Is “Why to… …” grammatical?
Shortened and rearranged.
May
8
suggested approved edit on Is “Why to… …” grammatical?
May
1
revised What is the plural of “BlackBerry” (as in the handheld device)
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May
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Apr
23
revised What did Steve Jobs mean by “Technology married with Liberal Arts” in his last speech?
Copy edited. Added context.
Apr
23
suggested approved edit on What did Steve Jobs mean by “Technology married with Liberal Arts” in his last speech?
Mar
29
accepted Should there be a comma before “though” when it occurs at the end of a sentence?
Mar
18
revised Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Moved the meta information part to the end. Formatted in a more standardised way. Shortened.
Mar
18
suggested approved edit on Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Mar
18
revised Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Formatted in a more standardised way. Shortened.
Mar
18
suggested approved edit on Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Mar
17
revised Word for person who always judges their actions positively
Removed meta information (such information belongs in comments (if at all))
Mar
17
suggested approved edit on Word for person who always judges their actions positively
Mar
17
asked Ambiguity from the placement of a prepositional phrase
Mar
15
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Feb
22
awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
12
accepted Is Addenbrooke's site/Site a proper noun?
Feb
9
revised Is Addenbrooke's site/Site a proper noun?
Added some notes about the context for this particular word. Changed the link to point to the same content, no matter how the Wikipedia article may be edited in the future.
Feb
9
comment Is Addenbrooke's site/Site a proper noun?
The house standard on Wikipedia is to use sentence casing in section titles; from MOS:HEAD: "The provisions in Article titles (above) generally apply to section headings as well (for example, headings are in sentence case, not title case).". The current content of the Wikipedia article is inconsistent, hence the question.