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Thaddeus H. Black is a licensed Professional Engineer and Master Electrician in the commonwealth of Virginia. He is also a Debian Developer.


Jul
13
revised Which is correct, “in the past one hundred years” or “in the past hundred years”?
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Jul
13
revised Which is correct, “in the past one hundred years” or “in the past hundred years”?
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Jul
13
answered Which is correct, “in the past one hundred years” or “in the past hundred years”?
Jul
12
revised The subject of “and” in a compound statement
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Jul
12
awarded  Informed
Jul
12
answered The subject of “and” in a compound statement
Jul
12
revised Start a subordinate clause with “thus”
Corrected "preposition" to "conjunction."
Oct
4
awarded  Critic
Oct
4
revised Can “as” ever properly mean “because”?
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Oct
4
answered Can “as” ever properly mean “because”?
Oct
2
comment Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
@tchrist: By the way, I have read your Programming Perl, third edition, cover to cover twice through. Nice bit of writing, that. My paperback copy is dog-eared. (The comma after your book's title is here italicized along with the title itself, incidentally.)
Oct
2
comment Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
@tchrist: Answer edited as suggested.
Oct
2
revised Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
Incorporated @tchrist's suggestion.
Oct
2
revised Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
Fixed misspelling: accommodate.
Oct
2
comment Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
@tchrist: Refer to Fowler's and Aaron's Little, Brown Handbook, 10th ed., sect. 31g.1. Pearson, New York, 2007.
Oct
2
answered Does use-mention distinction warrant breaking conventions?
Oct
2
awarded  Editor
Oct
2
revised Start a subordinate clause with “thus”
Edited further to make clear that the paragraph in question does not accuse Milton.
Oct
2
awarded  Teacher
Oct
2
answered Start a subordinate clause with “thus”