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bio website twitter.com/AButteriss
location United Kingdom
age 18
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Sep 26 '13 at 17:36

I'm a British further education student. Not really sure what else to put here really.


Aug
2
awarded  Yearling
May
29
reviewed Reviewed Is the usage of 'personally' in 'I personally don't like something' redundant?
May
29
reviewed No Action Needed Is the usage of 'personally' in 'I personally don't like something' redundant?
May
29
reviewed Reviewed What is the word for a plant covered in fine white hairs?
May
29
comment What is the word for a plant covered in fine white hairs?
Whilst you are technically correct (assuming that by 'the term used for plants' you mean 'the term used for the hairiness/fuzziness of plants'), the OP asked specifically for fine white hairs, not hairs in general (hence my downvote).
Feb
12
reviewed Reviewed Should the word “Gentile” be capitalized?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed What is the logic of having ‘not’ in the usage, “be not above doing something”?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed How to describe students who don't study hard
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Is there a term which covers ATM cards, credit cards, and debit cards?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Is “cookie” a recent addition to Australian English?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Word or phrase for 'a much hyped discovery which later turns out to be insignificant or of no value'
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Word for a male that prefers female companions (no slang such as “pimp”)
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Word or phrase for 'a much hyped discovery which later turns out to be insignificant or of no value'
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Word for people who are not on good terms with someone
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Why are 'preterite presents' called so?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Single word for one-sided friendship
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed A word for the person after whom someone or something is named
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Why is 'allopathy' not an accepted synonym for 'mainstream medicine'?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed 'Do you know where I'm coming from?'
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed Usage of the phrase “you don't know what you don't know”