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Apr
24
answered “Above” or “later” when referencing a range of versions of software
Jan
23
comment Pronunciation of “lib”
I'm guilty of pronouncing lib and char phonetically. But GEdgar has a point: Who says it's not pronounced as it is in "library"?
Jan
23
answered They've insist or they insisted
Jan
23
answered Are “coded” and “encoded” synonymous?
Jan
23
answered Is “Are you getting late?” an incorrect question?
Jan
23
awarded  Editor
Jan
23
revised Incorrect? “I only have one distinct memory from the movie, a scene where …”
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Jan
23
comment Incorrect? “I only have one distinct memory from the movie, a scene where …”
@ertha Actually, I meant "colon," not semicolon. Sorry for the misleading typo.
Jan
21
awarded  Supporter
Jan
21
answered Is “On January 17th our team had represented” correct English?
Jan
21
comment What is the difference between “carry out a crime” and “commit a crime”
@Jon Hanna I see. But what you pointed out only bolsters my answer (that "committed" is a better choice). "Carried out" is more ambiguous.
Jan
21
answered What is the difference between “carry out a crime” and “commit a crime”
Jan
21
awarded  Teacher
Jan
20
answered What's the meaning of “straight” here?
Jan
20
answered Incorrect? “I only have one distinct memory from the movie, a scene where …”