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I'm a programmer working in the field of water resource modeling. I use R, Python, Transact-SQL, and SAS or C++ when I have to. My schooling was in mathematics. I'm a card-carrying member of the Cult of vi.


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answered Hypernym for “business”, “company”, “organization”, “institution”
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awarded  Commentator
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answered What is the top of a pearl pendant called?
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comment “Take advantage” vs. “make advantage”
to me this suggests that things are sub-optimal.
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answered Suitable word or phrase to replace 'unique' when something is almost unique?
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revised Term that means adaptation to a suboptimal situation
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answered Term that means adaptation to a suboptimal situation
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comment What do you call someone who is shy, withdrawn, and fearful of being approached?
not my -1, though
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comment What do you call someone who is shy, withdrawn, and fearful of being approached?
this was suggested already
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answered What do you call someone who is shy, withdrawn, and fearful of being approached?
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comment Word for person willing to argue contradictory things depending on what suits him
@J.R. Thanks. I think waffler is a great suggestion.
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awarded  Critic
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