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Feb
22
awarded  Suffrage
Jan
24
revised Word for something sad and funny at the same time
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Jan
24
suggested approved edit on Word for something sad and funny at the same time
Dec
2
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
3
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.
Sep
12
awarded  Civic Duty
Sep
11
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
3
revised Term for someone who has experienced many hardships
Linked to dictionary
Sep
3
suggested approved edit on Term for someone who has experienced many hardships
Aug
25
revised What do you call a disk with a hole in the middle?
Linked to relevant mathematical Wikipedia article
Aug
25
suggested approved edit on What do you call a disk with a hole in the middle?
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 approved 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'?