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answered Antonym of prior to?
2d
asked “Try me”: Too Sexually Suggestive and “Slangy” for Retail Marketing?
Apr
16
answered “similarly to” in the sentence beginning
Apr
16
comment Boolean OR in English
So then answer the following Yes/No questions: Do you have the name Andreas or Scherman? Does President Obama have a wife or children? Is San Francisco or Los Angeles in California? Is the number 3 even or prime? If you can honestly answer No to all these questions, then you are correct that the common “or” in English is XOR.
Feb
24
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
25
awarded  Teacher
Jan
23
answered “unpack” as “analyze” rather than “remove from container”
Dec
8
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
5
asked Frequency: Every three weeks or more / At least every three weeks / etc
Nov
13
comment Single word for “faraway places”
Except that “timbuktu” doesn’t seem at all to have a positive undertone, at least not to me, although “shangri-la” does. And, I see there is a Shangri-La Luxury Hotels chain. Sounds exotic and fun! But Timbuktu Hotels? No thanks.
Oct
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
3
accepted At least two or more: Not always redundant?
Aug
29
asked At least two or more: Not always redundant?
Jul
3
revised Semicolon: Always required before conjunction if internal punctuation follows, even if no ambiguity?
punctuation error
Jul
3
asked Semicolon: Always required before conjunction if internal punctuation follows, even if no ambiguity?
Jun
25
accepted Noun-adjective-noun: Can a noun phrase have an adjective in the middle?
Jun
24
asked Noun-adjective-noun: Can a noun phrase have an adjective in the middle?
Jun
12
awarded  Civic Duty
May
13
asked “Only for A, B, and C”: Includes cases where not all are present?