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Jan
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Jan
21
comment Opposite of smartwatch
@amber -- developmentally delayed watch? differently abled watch?
Jan
20
revised Opposite of smartwatch
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Jan
20
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Jan
20
comment Opposite of smartwatch
@spacetyper -- from the response it got, I would say "no".
Jan
19
comment Opposite of smartwatch
@BleepBloopOverflow -- maybe, but (1) certainly has not. Smartwatches have been a huge misfire, an ugly, expensive solution looking for a problem.
Jan
19
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Jan
19
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Jan
19
answered Opposite of smartwatch
Jan
19
answered Single word for people who are like “a frog in the well”
Jan
19
answered Renumeration vs Remuneration (reimbursed financially), which is correct?
Jan
16
awarded  expressions
Jan
15
revised Do you *ever* need to use “of” with possessive “s”?
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Jan
15
comment What's a word similar to the adj. form of “elect” but for a position that was held previously?
If I were applying for a job as a sexton, I might. Or if the hiring manager was in the same denomination...
Jan
15
answered Do you *ever* need to use “of” with possessive “s”?
Jan
15
comment What's a word similar to the adj. form of “elect” but for a position that was held previously?
No for-profit corporation elects any of its officers, but many organizations that are not corporations elect senior officials. The OP might have been elected treasurer of his church choir, or the local swingers' club, or anything.
Jan
15
answered meaning of “Plague it!”
Jan
15
comment Why “the powers that be”?
@ReinHenrichs -- in fact, most translators opt either to express it as a negative, "no authority exists without", or just reuse the original "powers that be" phrase from 1611.
Dec
22
answered “Forbidden” / “permitted” directly followed by object