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Feb
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answered Does this sentence exceed using verb?
Feb
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comment Colon advice for introducing horizontal list in scientific abstract
In this example, I personally would put a comma before e.g. but not after it, and I would take the same approach if I had written for example instead.
Feb
4
comment The use of “that of” and an apostrophe
You could say Julia's experience is similar to Robert's
Feb
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comment must vs have to: British usage and academic rules
must can mean obligatory as a result of a law in British English, for example in the Highway Code
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Jan
30
comment What is powerplay in cricket?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powerplay_%28cricket%29
Jan
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Jan
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comment When did the phrase “eat sh*t” enter the English Language?
@SvenYargs: I found This House Against this House, Vincent Sheean, p 317, Random House, 1946 with ("What can you do with a people who eat shit?" the American soldier says; and the habits of the Hindus with cow dung are perhaps the most specific shock of all these I am enumerating.)
Jan
20
comment How to make clear the difference between 0 and O?
India Alfa Two Oscar
Jan
20
comment How to make clear the difference between 0 and O?
There are typefaces which make the distinction clearer, such as oO0 and Il1
Jan
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Jan
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revised Why does Hamlet not say, “ere he rots?”
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Jan
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comment What is the figurative meaning of “cold pizza”?
A study suggested that cold pizza from the night before tastes better than cold cheese-on-toast: perhaps with the tomato layer preventing certain chemical reactions
Jan
12
comment Isn't “birthed” wrong?
If birther is a word then birthed seems plausible. Indeed my spell-checker prefers the latter.
Jan
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comment Is English the only language that always capitalizes “I”?
@WS2: Ego, tu, nos, vos,
Jan
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comment Split infinitives
Even when there was a rule, there were examples of its use
Jan
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comment What does cheap win mean?
Perhaps positive benefits without much cost or effort
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reviewed No Action Needed What is the proper usage of “Y'all” in southern American dialects