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A Persian from the land of Iran/Persia which is located between Caspian Sea in the north and Persian Gulf in the south.

Please support my proposal:

Scuba Diving!

And one thing weird and funny to know:

Christianity site of SE is blocked in Iran and I have to pass the filtering and experience many difficulties to ask my questions and satisfy my curiosity about!


Aug
31
comment What does the sentence mean?
A poor sentence from a scientist in physics is different with something which an ordinary person cannot understand it because of his/her lack of knowledge or poor kind of thinking and imagination. Surely people who think this sentence is a poor writing can write their reasons too and only labeling it as a nonsense doesn't make sense. I'm not sure if they knew who the writer is they had judged it the same.
Aug
31
comment What does the sentence mean?
When you Google it you find the author is: "Richard Phillips Feynman was an American theoretical physicist known for his work in the path integral formulation of quantum mechanics, the theory of quantum electrodynamics, and the physics of the ..." So how do some people here think this quote is nonsense?! What is their reason? I think it deserves an answer and can be interesting for non natives to find something through this!
Aug
28
comment The definite article 'The' is necessary for the following bold lines?
@JohnLawler Completely agree! Please add Iranians too!.. :)( ..
Aug
28
comment The definite article 'The' is necessary for the following bold lines?
@JohnLawler So what can we say instead of "a" research? It is my problem too. I have used it a lot!
Aug
14
comment “Get everything together”
Is "shooting a message" formal or informal?
May
2
comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
@Jim So do you mean I have to experience all these people?! when I travel I am doing it as in my own country to know my environment and society but as a foreigner even if I live in the other countries for the other half of my life I will not be able to find it as well as you can. Anyway it was a reasonable suggestion! I only need to at least 150 years to live!
May
2
comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
@StoneyB I agree with you about "play" and that should not to force it be under any authority because it can hide everything which we want to know as it can be a mirror of society which people from every degree of intelligence and sophistication can find themselves through it. Anyway I wanted to know if there is any measure or sample to find how much we can take this serious and use it as a cultural,sociological language or only some jokes.I like answers in comments and find them useful however they don't answer my question directly but as it stands in closevotes it'll go to die! Authority!:(
May
2
comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
Closevoters: Could you please add a comment too?
May
2
comment When could you take the “Urban Dictionary” seriously?
@MετάEd I didn't ask how can I effect on this. I asked something else... And another matter that voting is not a trusted method of finding true and false. The reason is clear... :)
May
2
comment What are different kinds of shops based on the size, structure and location?
@J.R. WOW! What a good dictionary for this purpose. Thanks a lot! I needed it.
May
1
comment What does the expression 'justified for him his own idea' mean?
@Mynamite But I do not see any misspelling here to refer it to the eye dialect trick! Maybe you mean a bad writing on purpose to describe a special character which is very usual in writings of serious writers that is not called eye dialect.
May
1
comment Difference between “technically possible” and “physically possible”?
Yes,surely it needs! :)
May
1
comment One word noun for “rule-follower”
@Charles My own high school spy was so! She was like a populist politician.
May
1
comment One word noun for “rule-follower”
It is clear. The OP asked for one word not for a list of words. It can make confusion as s/he has written above: "so far I've got "an OCD, judgemental, paranoid, uptight", but I need a noun to finish it off." S/he is right because surely all of them can not have the same meaning. Look at this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synonym. Many of his/her suggested words don't meet the meaning of the OP's context like "Spoilsport" which means: A person who spoils others' pleasure. At finally all of them are slang and may not convey the meaning in a formal text for all audiences.
May
1
comment How do you express a natural habit of a species?
I think in expressions you can use singular form because it refers to the kind of species not the quantity of species. But in academic references it is different then your verbs have to follow the subject. Never is OK!
May
1
comment One word noun for “rule-follower”
The OP has asked for ONE word.
May
1
comment Is there a word that means “to hate beauty”?
Does it have a same meaning for both suffix and prefix form?
Apr
30
comment Can “above” be used as an adjective?
I am not a flatterer but I have to confess I learn from you in this site more than any other one everyday. You work better than any dictionary or arrogant English teacher for me! A big thanks! ( Please burn after reading! )
Apr
30
comment Difference between “Do it yourself” and “Do it by yourself”
+1. Only great people can understand simple questions are not always as simple as they sound! :)
Apr
29
comment Ignorantly dishonest
@rajah9 I got what the OP meant but "incorrect lie" seems incorrect to me and doesn't make sense to me even if it is common to use.