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Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed Is “a half dozen” necessarily 6, or can it be 5-7?
Feb
10
reviewed Reviewed Does “then before, now once more” mean anything?
Feb
10
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Feb
10
reviewed No Action Needed Is there a word for an anniversary when you're not married?
Feb
10
reviewed Reviewed What's the meaning of “Bread, you know it makes sandwiches”?
Feb
10
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Feb
10
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Feb
10
reviewed Reviewed Does 'affect' imply negative effect?
Feb
10
revised Admitting a unique fixed point in math
Copy edited. Used more common formatting of literal words.
Feb
10
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Jan
16
revised Meaning of “… for I bought him cheap of a man that was 'bliged to sell out?”
More representative title, etc. Added some context.
Jan
16
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Jan
4
revised The difference between a sentence starting with 'to' + verb and starting with a gerund
Copy edited. Applied some formatting (consistent with the original intent in the Markdown source).
Jan
4
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Jan
2
revised Asking female employees to come to my room
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Jan
2
comment Asking female employees to come to my room
Regarding "Messenger": is it Yahoo Messenger or Windows Live Messenger?
Jan
2
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Dec
27
revised How is “æ” supposed to be pronounced?
Copy edited (e.g. ref. <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Danish#English>).
Dec
27
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Dec
15
comment What is it called when someone says “like” or “alright”
Regarding "meta-information about the speaker": From Like, section As a discourse particle, filler, hedge, or speech disfluency: "In pop culture, such colloquial applications of like (especially in verbal excess) are commonly and often comedically associated with Valley girls"