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Apr
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comment What's a good term for source code that could theoretically still run, but is purposefully not?
@James As a programmer, "frozen" immediately brings to mind horror stories of applications that refuse to run or terminate for hours on end. I would definitely not use that term to describe code that cannot run.
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Mar
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comment What is the opposite of a health benefit?
@CharlE "Health Risk" is different than a regular risk - it's taking on an activity that increases the chance of developing health complications - drinking heavily, smoking heavily, eating high fatty foods are all health risks - it's not a gamble to win something, it's saying that it's increasing your chances of getting those complications.
Feb
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Feb
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comment Another word for a game mode: Endless
@ndenarodev I'd call that a good, but separate, answer. One that you should definitely post. ;)
Feb
25
comment Another word for a game mode: Endless
@Zaibis Right, it has to be contextually appropriate for the type of game - it's entirely dependent on that context. So while for the original asker it would work, in a more general sense, it would not.
Feb
25
comment Another word for a game mode: Endless
There's other connotations to Arcade Mode that don't quite fit into this description - some Fighting Games, for example, would be considered in 'arcade mode' if they simply cut out all the story cutscenes and play through each fight, but still end after the same number of fights.
Feb
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answered Another word for a game mode: Endless
Feb
23
revised What is a word similar to “amateur” yet having a strong connotation of someone who likes something?
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Feb
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answered What is a word similar to “amateur” yet having a strong connotation of someone who likes something?
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Feb
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answered English equivalent for “Don't burn your house to smoke out a rat!”
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answered Does “value-maker” here imply “artist”?
Jul
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comment Idiom for someone who buys all the best gear to do something before they even have a basic proficiency?
Unrelated, but sounds like Mr. Dink from Doug.
Jul
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answered What is it called when a highly respected person commits an immoral act but people don't believe that he committed the act?
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Jun
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answered Alternative for “manning” a station