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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Editor
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revised What do you call an event that happens without a cause?
What do you call, not how do you call.
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suggested suggested edit on What do you call an event that happens without a cause?
Oct
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comment Are synonyms always bidirectional?
@Izkata: Maybe they should ;-)
Oct
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comment Are synonyms always bidirectional?
Perfect synonyms applies to all cases describing an absolute condition. You either are x or not x. Extending your example: Words related to being pregnant/expecting/gestating/knocked-up.
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Commentator
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comment When to write the word “parenthetically”
Your last sentence eloquently refutes your second sentence. :-)
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
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accepted What's the term describing employer-employee and similar role relations?
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awarded  Teacher
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comment What's the term describing employer-employee and similar role relations?
Possibly, but the problem I find with hierarchy is that it requires some kind of chain-of-command, or subservience relation. Take doctor-patient for instance. Where's the hierarchy? Who's the boss? The doctor that prescribes a treatment, or the patient that buys a service?
Dec
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comment What's the term describing employer-employee and similar role relations?
The complement to teacher is student. Sounds pretty good.
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awarded  Student
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asked What's the term describing employer-employee and similar role relations?
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comment Looking for a certain word
Most answers here don't seem to address the actual question – what the person advocating such an approach is called.
Dec
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answered Looking for a certain word
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comment Is there a word for a change so small that it doesn’t seem to be a change at all?
@tajmo: You got it. It's a tongue-in-cheek usage.
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comment Is there a word for a change so small that it doesn’t seem to be a change at all?
@tajmo: I won't go there in this forum, but I'd recommend you try out our sister site skeptics.stackexchange.com.