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Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
23
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
16
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
23
comment Proper usage of “since” and “from” with regard to duration of time
tips: since, I am waiting since morning. and I am waiting for morning.
Dec
9
accepted Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
Dec
6
comment Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
Thanks. Josh for a full insight of every little confusion over this.
Dec
6
comment Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
Thank you very much for clearing and with examples.
Dec
5
revised Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
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Dec
5
comment Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
Situation/ Context is : what are the different term for unit and bulk purchasing/buying?
Dec
5
comment Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
yes. bulk purchase?
Dec
5
asked Difference between “buy” and “purchase”
Dec
5
comment Word for person who always judges their actions positively
is that person can be called sanctimonious ?
Dec
5
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
3
revised Is “princessship” a real word? Are there any other words which have the same letter 3 times consecutively?
altered question language
Dec
3
revised A word for a person concerned with spelling
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Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
27
comment What we call the next consecutive question in series of problem
Thank you very much. Please see my updated question.I also want to mention next problem in previous problem.
Nov
27
revised What we call the next consecutive question in series of problem
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Nov
27
comment What we call the next consecutive question in series of problem
Yes. Here . I mentioned but feel the lacking the word or sentence structure.
Nov
27
comment What we call the next consecutive question in series of problem
Yes follow-up is right word to tell third person altogether. What I am looking is the sentence structure to mention problem A while describing problem B.Hope you understand my need.