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reviewed No Action Needed comparative phrase 'more than'
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reviewed Approve Idiom request for describing an uncrowded or a deserted place
Apr
26
comment Is it conceivable that President Obama might use the word “queue”?
I'm a programmer, so I understand "message queued for sending" — as computerese.  I don't recognize it as idiomatic American English (I have lived in the US all my life), and I don't know whether the average US butcher, baker, or candlestick-maker would understand it.
Apr
26
reviewed Reject Is there a word for a “promise breaker”?
Apr
26
answered Is it conceivable that President Obama might use the word “queue”?
Apr
24
reviewed No Action Needed articles before a word “change”
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed How can I describe a relationship between two characters whereby one character has much control over the other?
Apr
24
reviewed No Action Needed “Nowadays” vs “today”
Apr
24
reviewed Looks OK Repeating the same preposition in a short sentence: “I will eat at 11 o'clock at night”?
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed Relation name of my mother's sister's son's wife?
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed what is the slang word for rich but uneducated people? especially those who live in rural areas and who like to show off?
Apr
24
comment what is the slang word for rich but uneducated people? especially those who live in rural areas and who like to show off?
Can you provide a reference for this? e.g., a listing in a dictionary?
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed “In such environment” vs “In such an environment”
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed Meaning of a phrase
Apr
24
reviewed No Action Needed Using similar meaning verbs in parallel sentences
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed Name for that sound you make with pursed lips
Apr
24
reviewed Reviewed Antonym of “superlative”
Apr
23
answered My coworker and I were trying to solve a problem — we both tried two different things at once that only worked because of the other's attempt
Apr
23
answered What is “the exception that proves the rule”?
Apr
22
comment Any equivalent to this Persian proverb “The yellow dog is the jackal's brother”?
This phrase is mentioned in the question.