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Dec
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asked Is “a ways to go” grammatically correct?
Nov
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accepted Romney claims that China likes to “flaunt the rules”
Nov
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asked Romney claims that China likes to “flaunt the rules”
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Sep
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asked Can one “affect” change?
Sep
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accepted Etymology of “here goes nothing”?
Sep
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comment Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
@Karl: I believe people in technical circles do talk about documentation that nobody knows about: they call it "poorly documented".
Sep
27
comment Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
@drɱ: not trying to hyper-analyze, merely trying to understand. I suppose if respondent had said "well documented" I would have had no cause to wonder about this question, so your answer points out something valuable.
Sep
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asked Is “obscure” the same as “undocumented”?
Sep
25
asked Etymology of “here goes nothing”?
Sep
25
accepted Fox News comment on Romney--“self abjination?”
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asked Fox News comment on Romney--“self abjination?”
Sep
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accepted Can “whore” mean “to hoard things”?
Sep
21
comment Can “whore” mean “to hoard things”?
@emragins: I had both "the undying" and "the immortal" from Nax! Oh, and a bear mount from Zul'Aman!
Sep
20
comment Can “whore” mean “to hoard things”?
When I google "quit whoring all the" I get 60 hits; one example: "quit whoring all the cookies and beer!" Are these people just conflating "whore" and "hoard" then?
Sep
20
comment Can “whore” mean “to hoard things”?
Jeff: I don't take "hoard" to mean "to store up"; more like "to collect for oneself and refuse to share". Imagine a 3 yr old hoarding all the blocks. Someone hoarding attention might step to the front of a group and not let anyone else talk, for example.
Sep
20
comment Can “whore” mean “to hoard things”?
So you're saying that a "X whore" will do anything to obtain X, where X defaults to "money" if omitted.
Sep
20
comment Can “doubt” sometimes mean “question”?
I'm a professor who has had so many Indian students use this word in this way that it no longer strikes me as unusual. I wouldn't be surprised if I (unwittingly) started to use it myself.