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revised Is there a word to describe someone who tends to disagree with others only to upset them?
Took tchrist up on his nitpicking
Nov
9
revised How is 'via' pronounced and where did these variations come from?
further explained my question and scope
Nov
5
revised vocabulary wiki description
took out deleted question: "http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/578/uncommon-words-that-should-become-more-common"
Oct
16
revised Term for attempting to appear intelligent or refined by taking unpopular opinion
separating answer from suggestion
Oct
13
revised Could the idiom 'belt and suspenders' be used to refer to a woman?
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Oct
12
revised Usage of the word “denominator”
"improved" example
Oct
12
revised British English phrase “dot and carry one”
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Oct
12
revised British English phrase “dot and carry one”
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Oct
10
revised What's the meaning of “down to a T”?
fixed the question, added a tag
Oct
10
revised What is a “thread of a bow” called?
corrected the title and included what kind of bow was meant
Oct
8
revised Someone who forms their own opinion
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Sep
27
revised Terminology for pairs of words with the same meaning, similar or same pronunciation but different spelling
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Sep
26
revised Is it grammatically correct to use different languages in a sentence?
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Sep
26
revised Is it grammatically correct to use different languages in a sentence?
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Sep
25
revised 'Fill an appeal' or 'file an appeal'?
took out 'the' and added single quotes to question
Sep
25
revised What is “embarrassing” about an embarrassingly parallel problem?
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Sep
25
revised What is “embarrassing” about an embarrassingly parallel problem?
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Sep
25
revised What is “embarrassing” about an embarrassingly parallel problem?
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Sep
24
revised What does “randomically” mean?
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Sep
24
revised Phrase to say that something which happened twice already is likely to happen again
adding to my answer