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suggested suggested edit on What is the opposite of interorganization?
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revised What is the word for a person who worships but never helps others?
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suggested suggested edit on What is the word for a person who worships but never helps others?
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awarded  Curious
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revised What could be the opposite of (online) live teaching?
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suggested suggested edit on What could be the opposite of (online) live teaching?
May
30
revised Short phrase for something that is recognised but not identified?
More affirmative answer (English Language & Usage is not a forum - see e.g. http://meta.stackoverflow.com/a/92110 and http://meta.stackoverflow.com/a/36828.)
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suggested suggested edit on Short phrase for something that is recognised but not identified?
May
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revised Short phrase for something that is recognised but not identified?
Different formatting, etc.
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suggested suggested edit on Short phrase for something that is recognised but not identified?
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awarded  Famous Question
Mar
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revised Are there sentences in languages which use grammatical gender that lose meaning when translated into English?
Copy edited (e.g. ref. <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/English#Adjective> and <https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Spanish#Proper_noun>).
Mar
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suggested suggested edit on Are there sentences in languages which use grammatical gender that lose meaning when translated into English?
Mar
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revised The name given to the trail of afterburn (of a jet perhaps?)
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Mar
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comment The name given to the trail of afterburn (of a jet perhaps?)
What is the source for that last picture?
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Mar
12
revised What is a person called who is writing exams in the name of another person?
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suggested suggested edit on What is a person called who is writing exams in the name of another person?
Mar
9
revised Is 'my wife and I' correct English?
Copy edited. Moved away from the capitalisation issue. Applied some formatting.
Mar
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comment Is 'my wife and I' correct English?
How is such a simple question not a duplicate 3 years after this site was launched?