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Apr
8
comment Is there a word for this clever piece of marketing?
Isn't this just 'marketing'?
Mar
14
comment Is there an idiom or euphemism for when someone has an average/small penis but knows how to use it?
similar to @Roger: "it's not the wand, but the skill of the wizard"
Feb
8
comment Redneck and usage
lol, is the irony intentional?
Feb
7
comment Redneck and usage
It's not always an insult, 'coz Stone Cold says so'
Feb
5
reviewed Satisfactory OED Appeals: Antedatings of “party animal”
Feb
5
awarded  Custodian
Feb
5
reviewed Needs Improvement Has “mother” become politically incorrect?
Feb
4
answered Word for “good smell”
Dec
24
comment “justify” vs. “align” in the context of alignment
To add to the above, align also allows you to vertically line up all matching characters eg a decimal point in a column of figures. Whole number figures without a decimal component align to the left of the decimal, any numbers with a fractional component have the decimal part aligned to the right for however many places.
Dec
23
awarded  Commentator
Dec
23
comment Could “totally implausible” mean “impossible”?
... but still possible
Dec
23
awarded  Supporter
Dec
23
comment Is “grounds” ever used for things other than coffee?
grounds for divorce?
Dec
23
comment Is the “Beltway Stop" a popular metaphor meaning a concurrence of events or things?
It seems to me the 'stop' in this context refers to one point on a series. For example, an equivalent (non-metaphorical) reference would be: the Austin, USA stop in the Formula 1 race.
Nov
24
awarded  Scholar
Nov
24
awarded  Student
Nov
8
comment What's wrong with “I'll open you the door”?
or the other ;-)
Oct
25
comment What’s the difference between “sauce” and “gravy”?
Sauce is alcohol; gravy is money. They both help grease the wheels, hence the similarity. ;-)
Oct
25
comment Honorary gifts?
honouring/honoring gifts
Oct
24
answered Using “in” and “with”