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reviewed Reviewed Bodkins and bodkin - Same word different context?
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comment Bodkins and bodkin - Same word different context?
Other people already provided this info years ago. Do you have something new to add about it?
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reviewed Reviewed I did not saw him. Is this correct; if not, why not?
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reviewed Reviewed What does “people of the concrete steppes” mean?
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reviewed Reviewed Negative and insulting
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reviewed Reviewed A word which means “military-like” or “authoritative looking”
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revised A word which means “military-like” or “authoritative looking”
add better attribution
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revised “I wish for a rest now”: what does “now” modify?
More explicit title, a little formatting
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comment Right Good but Left Bad
(I suppose I could have gone with "too broad", but that didn't really do the question justice.)
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comment Right Good but Left Bad
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about a global, cross-cultural, multi-lingual historic trend, not about English per se.
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answered A word that means 'someone who always immediately cleans up after eating, keeps their room tidy…"
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reviewed Reject What do we call parents who lose their child?
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reviewed Edit Do I need quote marks when I quote myself?
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revised Do I need quote marks when I quote myself?
Clean up title, fix typo, remove TIA
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reviewed Approve To tell the name of a person I met in the past
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reviewed Reviewed order of using surname and given name
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reviewed No Action Needed Word for “a deep study”
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reviewed No Action Needed Single word for a self-confessed traveler who constantly talks about his travels regardless of the audience interest, circumstance or relevence?
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reviewed No Action Needed word choice: someone who sticks with their group
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reviewed Delete “Problematic” versus “problem”