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Oct
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awarded  Custodian
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed Is it OK to italicise only part of a word?
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Words for meat differ from the words for the corresponding animal
Oct
1
reviewed Reviewed Is there a more fancy name for a “kitchen hole”?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
24
awarded  Caucus
Jul
14
answered Word for “player” without the negative connotations
Jul
14
revised Why do we use the phrase 'Across the pond'?
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Jun
28
comment “Sit in a chair” vs. “sit on a chair”
I suppose it's like saying if someone is on a bed they're sitting down or lying on the bed but if they are in the bed they are under a blanket.
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Vox Populi
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awarded  Suffrage
Jan
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revised Word for something sad and funny at the same time
Added definition from link
Jan
24
suggested suggested edit on Word for something sad and funny at the same time
Dec
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revised Why is 'sheep' the same when talking about one or more than one?
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Oct
3
answered Is there a word for having more than ten fingers?
Oct
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revised What does “c'tee” mean?
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Oct
3
comment What does “c'tee” mean?
@onomatomaniak: I've never heard of this abbreviation in the UK. I think Kith might be right it.