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revised What is the name of the symbols “<” and “>”?
Specify which keyboard type the shortcut applies to (it doesn't apply to e.g. French keyboards)
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suggested approved edit on What is the name of the symbols “<” and “>”?
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asked Nuances when returning physical mail in the UK
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accepted “Postfix” or “suffix”?
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comment What does 'TL;DR' mean and how is it used?
I was a bit surprised at the multiple mentions of it being used by the author at the bottom of the post. I have seen it used (and only every use it) at the top of a post to very quickly summarise for example technical answers to yes/no questions on unix.stackexchange.com.
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comment Why do sentences that start with “guess” end with a question mark?
Shouldn’t that be "Guess why this sentence ends in a question mark?"
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accepted What causes the euphemisation of medical terms?
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revised What's your name?
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answered What's your name?
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comment What's your name?
Where did you encounter the latter phrasing?
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comment Is there a reference for the differences between synonyms?
@JLG Couldn't see anything useful in the first ten or so posts, but thanks for the tip.
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asked Is there a reference for the differences between synonyms?
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revised What causes the euphemisation of medical terms?
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comment What causes the euphemisation of medical terms?
@PA6OTA The words I mentioned have all (as far as I could tell from Wikipedia) been used as professional medical jargon at some point.
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