Ярослав Рахматуллин

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bio website genja.org
location Ruthless Viking Territory 63°25'50.50 North
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seen Jul 27 at 14:35
name.....: Jaroslav Rakhmatoullin
avatar...: Robot Chicken © Seth Green
interests: I LIEK TEH COMPUTARZ
os.......: Gentoo Linux (GNU userland)
languages: Java, PHP, Perl, JavaScript


Apr
8
awarded  Teacher
Apr
7
answered A noun to describe character sequences between words
Apr
7
comment I can't understand the meaning of this sentence
Thanks for clarifying. I'll try to write better answers in the future.
Apr
7
awarded  Talkative
Apr
7
revised I can't understand the meaning of this sentence
added 115 characters in body
Apr
7
comment I can't understand the meaning of this sentence
I mean that being prepared is a general characteristic of hers. You say the same that in the past tense, as if she were dead. Are you saying what I wrote is grammatically incorrect or that it is stylistically inelegant?
Apr
7
awarded  Editor
Apr
7
revised When did the expression “Poor man's <noun>” originate?
added the date.
Apr
7
answered What is the difference between “Must-do” and “Should-do”?
Apr
7
comment I can't understand the meaning of this sentence
Is the text in your question translated?
Apr
7
answered I can't understand the meaning of this sentence
Apr
7
answered Hypernym for “business”, “company”, “organization”, “institution”
Apr
7
suggested suggested edit on When did the expression “Poor man's <noun>” originate?
Apr
7
comment When did the expression “Poor man's <noun>” originate?
I only ask out of curiosity, but the origin in place and time of this particular expression may for instance indicate when and where poverty became primarily synonymous with subpar quality, as opposed to virtue in the christian tradition. All expressions could be given a deeper meaning, so I disagree.
Apr
7
asked When did the expression “Poor man's <noun>” originate?
Mar
20
awarded  Supporter
Mar
20
comment “Alternately” or “alternatively”
Why are so many people using "alternate" when they mean "alternative"?! Recently, I see this everywhere and it annoys me immensely!
Nov
22
awarded  Scholar
Nov
22
accepted Is there a funny expression for “Keep it simple”?
Nov
22
comment Is there a funny expression for “Keep it simple”?
@FumbleFingers In both cases, something that's unnecessary is being done. I tried to find an example to show here, but it seems that this expression is far less popular than I thought.