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awarded  Popular Question
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Apr
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answered Is there a word for when an action has an effect opposite to the one intended?
Mar
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awarded  Critic
Mar
22
revised How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
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accepted How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
Feb
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comment How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
Or maybe "too much freedom to get into trouble"?
Feb
28
comment How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
@MετάEd there was no translation request
Feb
27
comment How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
@tchrist OK, but maybe for another idiom / set expression would be easier to find analogue...
Feb
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asked How can I rephrase “enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot”?
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accepted What does the “work” part mean in the following English words: network, clockwork, etc?
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asked What does the “work” part mean in the following English words: network, clockwork, etc?
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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accepted Where can we find anacoluthon nowadays?
Feb
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accepted Why “exclamation mark” but not “exclamation sign”?
Feb
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comment What kind of accent is this?
For me it sounds like russian accent
Feb
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comment Why “exclamation mark” but not “exclamation sign”?
So, all signs used for punctuation are marks?
Feb
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