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awarded  Commentator
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comment Idiom: People caring about minor stuff while something terrible is happening
Perfect!!! Exactly to the point!
Sep
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asked Idiom: People caring about minor stuff while something terrible is happening
Sep
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revised Is there an idiom for people who boast too much?
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accepted Meaning of “plumb” as verb
Sep
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asked Is there an idiom for people who boast too much?
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answered Is there a correct gender-neutral, singular pronoun (“his” versus “her” versus “their”)?
Aug
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answered Replying to a favour done by someone
Aug
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answered Word for not being happy with something but having to be satisfied with it
Aug
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answered Dropping articles in the title (of an article or a section) or in the caption (of a figure or a table)? What's the general rule?
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comment Meaning of “plumb” as verb
Indeed, it says "plumb depth", but in the printed version of the newspaper it's as I posted it. First I posted the correct link which is pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/viewer.aspx but Alenanno complained that the link doesn't work for him. So you're right about the different title. I think what matters here is an explanation of "plumb" in this context - or in both if possible. Thanks a lot for the answer.
Aug
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answered Why do people use “mayday” and not “help”?
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comment Meaning of “plumb” as verb
@Alenanno: Yes, but that's the title exactly as it's written in the printed version - for some reason otherwise replicates of the article on the web have different titles(!). I believe the link is not really necessary since my question is not relevant to the content of the article. Hey, how about an answer? ;)
Aug
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awarded  Editor
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revised Meaning of “plumb” as verb
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comment Meaning of “plumb” as verb
@Alenanno: Since the title I report and the one in the linked article are not identical, I'll remove the link to obfuscate any misunderstanding.
Aug
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comment Meaning of “plumb” as verb
@Alenanno : I found the article in the web site of IHT but it has a different title. The link is goo.gl/JNDzL. However the title in the printed version is as above. There's another copy of the article on-line at goo.gl/tpWNU but again with slightly different title! The link I posted works here. Should I change it?
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asked Meaning of “plumb” as verb
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awarded  Nice Question
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