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Environmental/Health/Safety data analyst. Now that James Brown is dead I am considered by few to be the funkiest man alive.


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comment An idiom for a stupid action which is beneficial in the end, or for the person who performed said action
Even more specifically: luck of the Irish, which is actually an ironic term that describes success despite one's efforts rather than because of them.
May
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comment What word or phrase means “a loss of what was on your mind”?
@daviewales or as an intransitive verb: blank to become confused or abstracted —often used with "out" (from m-w.com) e.g. I blanked when she asked me what my job was.
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revised What is the name for the wall around the land
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May
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comment Single word for 'to become known or famous'
Why not just celebrated?
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revised Descriptive word to describe nonprofit organization
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answered Descriptive word to describe nonprofit organization
Apr
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revised What is a term for a form that has been filled out?
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Apr
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revised Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
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Apr
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comment Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
@KCH contiguous does not seem to match: contiguous being in actual contact : touching along a boundary or at a point (from m-w.com)
Apr
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comment Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
@jboneca Point taken; I've edited as appropriate.
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Apr
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comment What is a good term to describe different ways to view the same data?
@just.another.programmer I think you're missing the forest for the trees- there's nothing confusing or technical about the term "view." Re-naming it to something else would almost certainly induce confusion, after which a non-technical person would probably realize that you were referring to what he knew to be the view. The conceptual view is named after the physical view, in which objects can appear or drop from your sight; the components of the scene haven't changed, you relative position has.
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answered Is there one word for both horizontal or vertical, but not diagonal, adjacency?
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revised What is a good term to describe different ways to view the same data?
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