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Recovering pedant, perpetual academic.


Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Why did English change so much between Chaucer and Shakespeare?
Dec
19
reviewed Reviewed What is the word whose meaning is to “oversimplify a complex issue; often incorrectly?”
Dec
19
reviewed Reviewed What is a “plumber's wife”?
Dec
18
reviewed Reviewed How does a “research scientist” differ from a “scientist”?
Dec
18
reviewed No Action Needed Why can something be “touch and go”?
Dec
18
reviewed Reviewed Word for the mutual transfer of belongings to their appropriate domains
Dec
18
reviewed No Action Needed Confused by the British having “dinner” in the afternoon” and “tea” in the evening
Dec
11
reviewed No Action Needed What is the proper way to say “queryer”
Dec
11
reviewed No Action Needed Is “knob” associated with penis?
Dec
11
reviewed No Action Needed Why a “chef” is a shef but a chair is not a shair"
Dec
11
reviewed No Action Needed 'Clean' vs 'Clear'
Dec
11
comment Is there a saying or proverb for a situation where the weakest party will always lose?
I think you two missed the winky face.
Dec
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
10
answered Is there a saying or proverb for a situation where the weakest party will always lose?
Dec
10
comment Is there a saying or proverb for a situation where the weakest party will always lose?
@Centaurus I believe that’s the line as it occurs in Aladdin (1992).
Dec
9
revised Is there a word or phrase for the time taken to become productive?
entire answer was in blockquote format, link extended over both terms but pointed to one definition, quote from definition was inaccurately transcribed
Dec
9
suggested approved edit on Is there a word or phrase for the time taken to become productive?
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answered Is there a word or phrase for the time taken to become productive?
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reviewed No Action Needed Is there a word or phrase for the time taken to become productive?
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9
reviewed Reviewed What is a word or phrase that means “cut off from the outdoors”?