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Dec
10
accepted What is the etymology of “[computer] terminal”?
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accepted Word implying this object is required by another
Nov
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comment Word or phrase for “seeing meaning where none exists”
as with most things, there's a subreddit for that www.reddit.com/r/pareidolia
Oct
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revised What is the etymology of “[computer] terminal”?
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asked What is the etymology of “[computer] terminal”?
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15
revised Word meaning appearance of a word on a page? (emboldened, italicised etc.)
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15
comment Word meaning appearance of a word on a page? (emboldened, italicised etc.)
Close - but what I'm thinking of doesn't necessarily relate to printed text; it describes written text too. I'll have a look through the Wikipedia article though, it could lead me to it
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asked Word meaning appearance of a word on a page? (emboldened, italicised etc.)
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comment Word implying this object is required by another
Whoops, it's late and I did a bad grammar. Updated to make sense.
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awarded  Editor
Mar
30
revised Word implying this object is required by another
edited title
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30
awarded  Scholar
Mar
30
accepted “Sold” equivalent for something free?
Mar
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asked Word implying this object is required by another
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awarded  Student
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asked “Sold” equivalent for something free?
Nov
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comment Euphemism for “There's more than one way to skin a cat”
@J.R. +1 for citing sources....
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
22
comment Euphemism for “There's more than one way to skin a cat”
@naught101 More than one way to dive into a cat!? O.o