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Nov
10
revised What are proper nouns of people's names called?
Copy edited.
Nov
10
revised What are proper nouns of people's names called?
There is no need to explain how to open links.
Oct
19
revised What are the rules on when to use commas, colons, semicolons and dashes?
Made the body self-contained.
Oct
19
revised “Meet up” vs. “meet” vs. “hook up”
Copy edited. Formatting.
Oct
19
revised The right usage of “basically”
Copy edited. Formatting.
Oct
19
revised Should I use a pronoun in the second sentence?
Copy edited (partial).
Aug
31
revised Pinpointing British accents
Added context, etc.
Aug
25
revised What is the meaning of 'mental yoga ' in this sentence?
Moved the question forward. More representative title (I think).
Jun
25
revised Nouns of plural form preceding another noun
Removed meta information. Copy edited.
Jun
25
revised Correct plural form of a zero quantified noun
Removed meta information. Copy edited.
Jun
25
revised Is 'town' or 'Barrie' a proper noun in this sentence?
Attempted to make the title more specific (the previous general title is certainly not warranted).
May
12
revised Should “glamourous” be considered incorrect?
It is almost certainly not on Wikipedia, but on Wiktionary (http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/glamourous). Added the source.
May
9
revised How did the Swedish word “fartlek” make it to the English language running vocabulary?
Copy edited.
May
8
revised Is “Why to… …” grammatical?
Shortened and rearranged.
May
1
revised What is the plural of “BlackBerry” (as in the handheld device)
Copy edited.
Apr
23
revised What did Steve Jobs mean by “Technology married with Liberal Arts” in his last speech?
Copy edited. Added context.
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
revised Is the following sentence punctuated correctly?
Formatted in a more standardised way. Shortened.
Mar
17
revised Word for person who always judges their actions positively
Removed meta information (such information belongs in comments (if at all))
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.