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accepted An event that occurs only once
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revised Is there a clean version of “no sh*t, Sherlock”?
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comment “tear apart” or “rip apart” packaging?
Sure then, take your pick - tear or rip, depending upon the intensity of the violence.
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revised “tear apart” or “rip apart” packaging?
Formatting and grammatical fixes.
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answered “tear apart” or “rip apart” packaging?
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comment What is the difference between a Summit and an Apex?
@J.R.: Summit and apex are also used outside of topographical or geographical context. Maybe the question is probing in that direction.
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revised What is the origin of idiom “Keep your hair on”?
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accepted Evolution of “push somebody's buttons” and “know what buttons to push”
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comment Evolution of “push somebody's buttons” and “know what buttons to push”
Thanks Kristina for re-wording it in a far better manner.
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revised Evolution of “push somebody's buttons” and “know what buttons to push”
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revised Evolution of “push somebody's buttons” and “know what buttons to push”
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asked Evolution of “push somebody's buttons” and “know what buttons to push”
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comment How to use “no pun intended”?
Personally I don't use this phrase much, but I'm not a very punny person I saw what you did there.
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comment Is there a better way to say “able to be calculated”?
+1 for mentioning "computable", a choice I would prefer.