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comment Why are Roman numerals still used?
I already know what they're used for, I was looking at why it hasn't faded away like all the other numbering systems/languages.
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accepted Why are Roman numerals still used?
Jun
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comment Why are Roman numerals still used?
I understand what they're used for, I'm still not clear why they suggest 'importance or timelessness'
Jun
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asked Why are Roman numerals still used?
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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comment How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
@LarsH, No but it's still used today and may have been used in America
Jun
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revised How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
added 3 characters in body
Jun
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comment How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
@Kit, once again I've updated my answer and provided a source.
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
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revised How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
added 39 characters in body; deleted 6 characters in body; added 43 characters in body
Jun
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comment How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
@Kit, Have another look at my awnser, I've added estimated origin dates to the phrases.
Jun
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revised How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
added 219 characters in body; added 2 characters in body; added 58 characters in body
Jun
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answered How did Americans greet each other before “Hi”?
Jun
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comment Are two or more clusters of ivy considered “ivy” or “ivies”?
+1 This really well defines the plural and when you should use it.
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accepted Are two or more clusters of ivy considered “ivy” or “ivies”?
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asked Are two or more clusters of ivy considered “ivy” or “ivies”?
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awarded  Organizer
May
26
revised “Gentleman” is to “male” as what is to “female”?
Added relevant tag
May
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suggested suggested edit on “Gentleman” is to “male” as what is to “female”?
May
21
answered What's the correct word for saying a certain position can be stood on?