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Mar
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comment Etymology of “If I had my druthers…”
A still earlier usage, from 1859, is found in Knitting-work: A Web of Many Textures, p. 359.
Feb
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reviewed Looks Good A word that means “interesting-ness”
Feb
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Feb
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reviewed Reopen Use of commas before a quote
Jan
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Jan
30
reviewed No Action Needed What do you call both persons involved in a transaction?
Jan
30
reviewed Reviewed Difference between “meaning of life” and “purpose of life”
Jan
30
revised Difference between “meaning of life” and “purpose of life”
fix syntax, sp
Jan
27
comment How to describe something that is very likely happening immediately?
The question wasn't asking for synonyms for "immediately".
Jan
27
comment What is the difference between 'make decision' and 'take decision'?
This may well be right for British English. Take a decision is not used in American English, though, and is likely to be confusing to Americans without much exposure to British English.
Jan
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Jan
27
reviewed Looks Good What is the difference between 'make decision' and 'take decision'?
Jan
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Jan
27
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there a word for four times as much, analogous to once, twice, and thrice?
Jan
25
reviewed Close Is “architect” a verb and a noun?
Jan
25
reviewed Close A good and exhaustive book for English grammar
Jan
25
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Jan
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reviewed Leave Open “On the air” OR “On air”
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Jan
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reviewed Leave Closed What is the correct punctuation of e.g. when used with a single example?