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Nov
8
comment What's the meaning of 'ever'?
Hagrid! I miss those books.
Nov
8
comment When to put a verb ahead of its doer?
The verb first actually sounds better to me, unfortunately I'm not really able to describe why.
Nov
8
answered Difference between “fallback” and “fall back”?
Nov
8
answered Using “do” or “does” for two things connected by “and”?
Nov
8
revised LEDs and the correct pronunciation
corrected RAS syndrome
Nov
7
suggested approved edit on LEDs and the correct pronunciation
Nov
7
comment word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
@Mitch it might be hard to understand if you're not familiar with the term "partisanship". I would look up the term and how it's used in political discourse--it's essentially that, but with race instead of party.
Nov
7
comment word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
@Mitch Not racism, just race.
Nov
7
revised word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
added stratification to the list of words I'm not looking for
Nov
7
asked word for racial polarization (similar to “partisanship”)
Nov
6
revised Single word for “working without details”
synonym for > single word for
Nov
6
suggested approved edit on Single word for “working without details”
Nov
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
5
revised Is this usage of 'for which' correct?
deleted 190 characters in body
Nov
5
comment Is this usage of 'for which' correct?
It wasn't when I posted this.
Nov
4
answered Is this usage of 'for which' correct?
Nov
3
comment Should simple present “get” be used here, and why?
That second sentence doesn't make sense. More context is needed.
Nov
2
comment What's the meaning of boilerplate in programming?
@Em1 I would tend to disagree, since it is purely a question on English terminology. "How do you write boilerplate code?" is more like something that belongs on SO.
Oct
30
comment Question regarding usage of “but”
The second one is correct, but I can't give an explanation as to why, so I'll leave this as a comment.
Oct
30
comment Best choice of word for the opposite of acknowledge
Sure, but as I said, disregarding requires some form of acknowledgement.