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Aug
25
revised What do you call a disk with a hole in the middle?
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Aug
25
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Aug
22
revised Can I use the word “library” to refer to collections of things other than books or software?
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Aug
22
answered Can I use the word “library” to refer to collections of things other than books or software?
Jul
19
revised What is the meaning of “If you can't sleep, don't count sheep. Talk to the shepherd.”?
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Jul
19
suggested suggested edit on What is the meaning of “If you can't sleep, don't count sheep. Talk to the shepherd.”?
Jul
19
comment What is the meaning of “If you can't sleep, don't count sheep. Talk to the shepherd.”?
Considering that there's a question of the exact name posted no longer then twenty minutes ago, can you imagine how difficult it would be to find this question in the future? You're title needs to be descriptive and draw the user into reading your question.
Jun
17
accepted Why do we use the phrase 'Across the pond'?
Jun
17
asked Why do we use the phrase 'Across the pond'?
Jun
11
revised “Shopping basket” or “shopping cart”
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Jun
11
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Jun
10
revised “Shopping basket” or “shopping cart”
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Jun
10
answered “Shopping basket” or “shopping cart”
Jun
10
comment Phrase for asking the obvious
@o4tlulz, To be fair, you didn't ask for something specifically in question form. I've re-tagged your question.
Jun
10
revised Phrase for asking the obvious
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Jun
10
answered Phrase for asking the obvious
Jun
10
answered What is the origin of the term “Couch Potato”?
Jun
3
comment “is it me, or…” meaning and usage
@Martin Beckett, No, it's more than just stating how you feel, in a way it's used to ask subtly whoever you with whether they too are hot/cold.
Jun
3
comment “is it me, or…” meaning and usage
I often hear the phrase 'Is it me or is it cold/hot in here?' which is used when somebody is concerned whether their body temperature is normal, or everbody else is experiencing the same thing.
Jun
3
comment Why are Roman numerals still used?
I understand that, but the examples provided weren't necessary as I had researched that before hand.