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Dec
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awarded  Critic
Nov
19
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
4
comment Which is correct here: “arbitrary” or “arbitrarily”?
'Arbitrarily' is an adverb modifying an adjective, 'arbitrary' is an adjective.
Nov
8
comment Pronouncing the “N” as separate syllable at the end of words like “known” and “pattern”
I sometimes engage in this kind of hypercorrection for comic effect.
Nov
8
comment What do you call somebody who asks a question and somebody who answers a question?
Querent and Oracle have a similar bent.
Jan
13
awarded  Suffrage
Nov
1
comment Word for application that is both sender and receiver
I disagree. Manager is too vague a term for a software component. It could refer to any component that does something with another component. See Clean Code for a chapter on Naming which talks about avoiding the word Manager <amazon.com/dp/0132350882/?tag=stackoverfl08-20>;.
Mar
7
answered What connotation do these words describing “someone who straightforwardly expresses their” opinion have?
Mar
7
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Feb
24
awarded  Teacher
Feb
24
answered Spelling and plural of abbreviation “hi vis”
Feb
24
awarded  Autobiographer