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Mar
20
awarded  Yearling
May
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comment When to use “essay” vs “assay” (as a verb)?
The verb assay is still commonly used in medicine: medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=8412
Jan
20
comment “There is no rule” vs. “there isn't rule”
In some contexts, the first sentence could be interpreted as "this is anarchy".
Jan
20
comment “There is no rule” vs. “there isn't rule”
@lovespring: yes
Jan
20
comment “There is no rule” vs. “there isn't rule”
Also of note: "is no" and "are zero" are generally equivalent but use different pluralities.
Jan
20
answered “There is no rule” vs. “there isn't rule”
Jan
16
awarded  Teacher
Jan
15
revised Why does one scream blue murder?
talked about French profanity
Jan
15
awarded  Editor
Jan
15
revised Why does one scream blue murder?
grammar
Jan
15
answered Why does one scream blue murder?
Jan
15
awarded  Supporter
Jan
15
answered Use of the word “convergent”