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awarded  Yearling
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accepted Meaning of “over at”
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comment Meaning of “over at”
Thanks! Can this also apply to people at the blog? E.g., can I say "Pam over at Buz & Skup's blog told me about this" when Pam is not regular at the blog but just happened to be at that blog and told me something?
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asked Meaning of “over at”
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comment Schedule on Tuesday
The reason I asked was I am never sure of this and I actually used it myself the other day to mean the event will take place on Tuesday. I see from this answer that I said it wrong, but it turned out the person understood what I meant.
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accepted Schedule on Tuesday
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asked Schedule on Tuesday
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comment New Oxford American Dictionary describes “the” as an adjective
@kiamlaluno: "a" is an adjective? To use JSBangs' test on this: ! more a house, The most a house, The house is a, a and green house, red and a house.
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awarded  Teacher
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comment To 'know' a person — online versus in person
cyknow - from cyber know
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answered What is another word for an identifier?
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comment Why do we say 'commentator' instead of 'commenter'?
@psmears - Yes, I agree. In other words, I take back the statement "there is no verb commentate" and replace it with "commentate is a back-formation".
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comment Why do we say 'commentator' instead of 'commenter'?
@Robb - It says back-formation from commentator, which saves at least half of what I said :)
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comment Meaning of “native speaker of English”
@psmears What does canardien literally mean?