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suggested approved 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?
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Mar
9
comment Is 'my wife and I' correct English?
How is such a simple question not a duplicate 3 years after this site was launched?
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Mar
7
revised Why is “distro”, rather than “distri”, short for “distribution” in Linux world?
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Mar
4
revised Difference between legacy and traditional?
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Feb
28
revised What is the way to understand “ergative verbs”?
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28
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Feb
28
revised What is wrong in “Please don't pluck the flowers” and other phrases used in the Indian subcontinent?
Copy edited. (its = possessive, it's = "it is" or "it has". See for example <http://www.wikihow.com/Use-its-and-it's>.)
Feb
28
comment What is wrong in “Please don't pluck the flowers” and other phrases used in the Indian subcontinent?
See also Can “doubt” sometimes mean “question”?.
Feb
28
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Feb
18
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Feb
18
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Feb
2
revised What does “never trust your tongue when your heart is bitter” quote mean?
Made the body self-contained. Removed meta information. Changed formatting for the quote.
Feb
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Jan
27
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Jan
11
revised Use of plural form when applied to both singular and plural cases
Copy edited. Added some context. Used the official name of Stack Overflow - see section "Proper Use of the Stack Exchange Name" in http://stackoverflow.com/legal/trademark-guidance (the last section).
Jan
11
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