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revised Single word that unambigously describes the product of folding
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revised Single word that unambigously describes the product of folding
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May
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answered Single word that unambigously describes the product of folding
May
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answered is there a name for the concept of repetitive writing to improve handwriting?
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Feb
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reviewed Approve “Shnide”? “Schneid”? Which is it and what's this term's origin?
Nov
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revised grammatical elements in 'as + ing'?
corrected some typo and grammar, reformatted
Nov
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answered What do you call a Q&A user who posts a question but never checks back?
Nov
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answered Positive format of the word 'weird'?
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Jul
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revised Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
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comment Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
Making "it's" refer to something that belongs to "it" by forcing "`s" to function as a suffix denoting possession in singular noun is indeed a smart solution. And I believe it is the only solution in which the two sentences will have the exact same meaning.
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revised Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
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answered Sentence in which “its” and “it's” can be interchanged without changing the meaning?
Jul
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revised What is the etymology of “Augenphilologie”?
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awarded  Caucus
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revised What is the etymology of “Augenphilologie”?
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revised What is the etymology of “Augenphilologie”?
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