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Mar
31
asked Word for being the only one to volunteer
Mar
23
awarded  Critic
Mar
23
awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
3
suggested rejected edit on What do you call something that causes fear?
Dec
27
awarded  Excavator
Dec
27
revised Punctuation for the phrase “including but not limited to”
Remove code formatting
Dec
27
suggested approved edit on Punctuation for the phrase “including but not limited to”
Aug
12
awarded  Teacher
Aug
12
answered Term for when consecutive events are “broken”
Mar
4
comment Opposite of “literal”
xkcd.com/725
Mar
3
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
11
revised What does “steal” in this Oscar Wilde piece mean
formatted quote
Oct
11
suggested approved edit on What does “steal” in this Oscar Wilde piece mean
May
7
comment Is “my something of choice” the same as “something of my choice”?
"my something of choice" == constant favourite; "something of my choice" == a one-off choice from a selection
Mar
2
accepted What's it called when you switch the order of two words around?
Feb
28
asked What's it called when you switch the order of two words around?
Jan
18
awarded  Informed
Dec
22
comment What is the correct term for “mince pies”?
@MετάEd In my opinion, mince pies and mince tarts are one and the same - only, some people had trouble recognizing what mince tarts were, so I opted for the widely recognized term.
Dec
22
awarded  Analytical
Dec
22
awarded  Editor