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comment What is the antonym of DRM-free?
I use "DRM laden" myself.
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reviewed Reject What is the name of the first decade in a century?
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comment In a single word, how can you describe something as being made by women for women?
Can you give us any more context as to what sort of service you want to say is "for women and by women"?
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comment A “model plane” or a “plane model”: What's the difference?
"Model plane" is more commonly used. As a mathematician, the word "plane model" reminds me of a model of some system drawn on a plane, like a plane diagram or a plane graph.
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comment Why English does not have diacritics to distinguish between words with different meanings and pronunciations
(I wasn't about to Google for "German Heroin").
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comment Why English does not have diacritics to distinguish between words with different meanings and pronunciations
I looked it up on Wiktionary and couldn't find it there, which is why I asked.
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comment Why English does not have diacritics to distinguish between words with different meanings and pronunciations
Erm, may I ask exactly what the second meaning of Heroin is?
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comment Is “denigrate” a racist word?
@TheodoreNorvell Etymological fallacy aside, I didn't actually know that. Also, thanks for reminding me of "derogate". I like it much better than "disparage" myself.
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comment Oil is slippery; rubber is _____?
Frictional is definitely a word (it's used in physics, e.g. a frictional force); frictive I've never heard before either.