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Jun
29
revised In what region is “thou”, etc. used in dialect?
Copy edited.
Jun
29
suggested approved edit on In what region is “thou”, etc. used in dialect?
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suggested approved edit on Using 'very' with a noun
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suggested approved edit on Is “I can't go on, I'll go on” an idiom or not?
Jun
28
comment Origin of “man!”, “(oh) boy!”, and “oh brother”
A gender neutral exclamation is Zaphod B.'s "Belgium!". This may create other problems, however.
Jun
25
comment “Apache are” or “Apache is”?
@rintaun: don't you mean proper noun (instead of proper name)?
Jun
25
comment “Apache are” or “Apache is”?
@genesis: "apache2" is the name of the executable (that "top" outputs, for instance "/usr/sbin/apache2 -k start"), not how you refer to the webserver (unless it is specifically about the executable). You refer to the web server as "Apache" or "Apache 2.0" (shorthand for the full name "Apache HTTP Server" or "Apache HTTP Server 2.0")
Jun
25
revised Meaning of “The most I ever did for you, was to outlive you, / But that is much”
Copy edited. Added context. Made body self-contained (the title might or might not have suffered in the process).
Jun
25
revised “Apache are” or “Apache is”?
Copy edited (Apache is a proper noun - see also <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_HTTP_Server>.)
Jun
25
comment “Apache are” or “Apache is”?
No, it is "Apache", not "apache". And the executable is often named "httpd" (for example, /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd). See for instance Using Apache.
Jun
25
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Jun
23
comment What does “bespoke” mean in this context?
@FumbleFingers: no, not at all. It was the UK thingy I was trying to refer to. Perhaps it is only understood as custom-made in the UK?
Jun
23
revised Meaning of “I'm not your friend, buddy”, besides the literal meaning
More descriptive title.
Jun
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Jun
23
revised What does “bespoke” mean in this context?
Interpreted "at indicate" as meaning "of indicate". Copy edited. Added context.
Jun
23
comment What does “bespoke” mean in this context?
Re: the meaning of bespoke as "custom-made.". Wiktionary lists it as "(UK) Individually or custom made."
Jun
23
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Jun
23
comment “anymore” vs. “any more”
But "any more" is also an adverb - en.wiktionary.org/wiki/any_more
Jun
20
comment Is it possible to regard -id as a suffix forming adjectives in Modern English?
@subic: I am sorry for the ignorance, but what is New English? Everything that is not Old English (Middle English, Early Modern English and Modern English)? Or contemporary English? From Old English: "The Old English period is followed by Middle English (12th to 15th century), Early Modern English (ca. 1480 to 1650) and finally Modern English (after 1650)."