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comment From/Since time immemorial
Believe it or not, they're almost neck-to-neck now.
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revised From/Since time immemorial
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revised Word or phrase to describe a couple that is perfect?
title, body and tag edits (clarity, etc.)
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comment Dawn, Dusk.. what's a word for middle of the day?
possible duplicate of A single term for the duration between sunrise and sunset?
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reviewed Close Comma, dash or colon to introduce a person's name at end of sentence?
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reviewed Close Usage of 'Hi' and 'Dear' in Formal Communication
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reviewed Close Why are there two sets of vowels in English?
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reviewed Close a quarter past/to… OR quarter past/to
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reviewed Close Connotations of “hungry for X” and “thirsty for X.”
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reviewed Close Can one say: “I wish magazines and newspapers would contain less ads.”?
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awarded  Enlightened
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reviewed Reject Are there words with positive connotations used to describe atheists or other non-religious people?
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reviewed Reject Alternative phrase for “makes sense” (used in arguments)
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comment In this sentence is the comma after 'though' correct?
Though you believe that's true, in practice it's done all the time. ')
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comment Rubber baby buggy bumpers
@Byroteck - Happy to help. :-)
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comment Rubber baby buggy bumpers
Then you want the order of adjectives.
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comment Rubber baby buggy bumpers
It's not a sentence, but a phrase describing something: adj., adj., adj., n. inverted: Bumpers made of rubber for a buggy used for babies. No different, essentially, than any other string of adjectives and a noun: dark blue dinner jacket.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment In this sentence is the comma after 'though' correct?
Because @FumbleFingers made me laugh, I will try to correct your sentence with punctuation alone: "Though people hadn't climbed it, the verbal act of naming it these strange, exotic names meant the mountain would have many adventures (let alone the species that named it).
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reviewed No Action Needed Should I capitalize the word 'Web' in this sentence?