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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.
Jun
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accepted Are two or more clusters of ivy considered “ivy” or “ivies”?
Jun
2
asked Are two or more clusters of ivy considered “ivy” or “ivies”?
May
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awarded  Organizer
May
26
revised “Gentleman” is to “male” as what is to “female”?
Added relevant tag
May
26
suggested approved 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?
May
18
accepted Why is The Mall (Westminster, London) pronounced like mawl?
May
17
comment Why is The Mall (Westminster, London) pronounced like mawl?
I've fixed the question
May
17
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
17
revised Why is The Mall (Westminster, London) pronounced like mawl?
edited title
May
17
comment What is the past tense of “sync”?
It's a a matter of working out if it's synced or synched, In that case I think you'll find the answer here
May
17
comment What is the past tense of “sync”?
It's not sunk. Sunk is the past tense of sink which is spelt differently to sync.
May
17
asked Why is The Mall (Westminster, London) pronounced like mawl?
May
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suggested rejected edit on Calling up a cat
May
10
accepted Is there another way of saying 'user-unfriendly'?
May
10
awarded  Good Question
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
9
comment Is there another way of saying 'user-unfriendly'?
I think I may have confused you with graphic design and user experience
May
9
comment Is there another way of saying 'user-unfriendly'?
@MaQleod Punishing someone for giving the wrong answers (despite good intentions) is 'user-unfriendly'