Mr. Shiny and New 安宇

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bio website eternalephemeron.blogspot.com
location Toronto, Canada
age 36
visits member for 4 years
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I'm a software developer working on a social-networking site. I work mainly in J2EE, SQL, HTML, JavaScript and CSS. My free time is spent raising a daughter and a son.


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reviewed Leave Open Correct Use of “A” or “Any”
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reviewed Close Would using moot and oxymoron in a sentence as this one be correct? “Nothing is more oxymoronic than stating a 'moot point' in a discussion forum”
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reviewed Close Is it correct to say 'Once we are done with work we will update you.'?
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reviewed Leave Open Can 'purview' and 'ambit' be used interchangeably?
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reviewed Leave Open Word for region between waist and hips
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reviewed Leave Open What Emotion Do You Experience When You Feel “Honored”
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reviewed Leave Open What's the difference between degree and grade?
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reviewed Leave Open An idiom for “beginning in the wrong end”
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reviewed Close what is the meaning of about time?
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reviewed Close date has already passed OR date has already past?
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reviewed Leave Open Sudden popularity of: obfuscate, why?
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reviewed Close “Productivity app” vs. “a productivity app” vs. “the productivity app”
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reviewed Close so mainstream or too mainstream
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reviewed Close How do you pronounce “melee”?
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reviewed Close What is the meaning of 'busts up a chiffarobe'?
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revised How does punctuation affect this clause in a sentence?
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comment If walking across the street unlawfully is jaywalking, is it safe to say biking across the street is jaybiking?
@Zoe I don't think biking is limited the way you describe. Around here, people bike to work, they don't cycle to work.
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comment Grammatical structure of 'Halls Induction'
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about misreading a proper name as common noun.
Aug
15
comment Grammatical structure of 'Halls Induction'
The place seems to be called "the Halls of Residence". So "Halls" is a shorthand for its name, and thus "Halls Induction".
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revised Is the word 'stroke' understood, in meaning one of these / \?
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