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revised Having at one's disposal
edited body
2d
revised “To predicate” + of or + as or + some other preposition
Moved URLs into links; minor formatting change; added tag
Apr
16
revised Syntax for “doesn't do this thing” but “will”
Added clarification poster gave in comments.
Apr
16
revised Citing a government publication according to MLA format
Fixed title; moved URLs into links. Minor formatting fix. Removed thanks.
Apr
16
revised What does “keeping someone in shoe leather” means?
Added tags.
Apr
16
revised Is “further” now used for both physical and metaphorical distances?
Tweak to title; fixed formatting issue; moved URL into a link; other minor formatting changes; updated tags
Apr
16
revised Which position does “really” and “quite” go?
added 155 characters in body
Apr
15
revised Present perfect or simple past in combination with past perfect?
Removed confusing markdown list formatting; removed "thanks"
Apr
15
revised Correct verb form in two sentences
Better formatting fix; tweaked the tags a bit
Apr
14
revised Why do the words ducky and jake mean fine or satisfactory?
Better links.
Apr
14
revised Should I use “grid connectivity” or “grid connectivities”?
Fixed formatting in title; phrased title as question; minor formatting in post; added tag; removed "thanks"
Apr
14
revised Can 'I would say' always replace 'I think'?
Added link to referenced question and answer. Modified tags slightly.
Apr
11
revised How are artificial constructions such as l33t classified with regards to English?
added word definitions to answer
Apr
10
revised Can I use two colons in a sentence?
removed distracting example
Apr
3
revised The suffix -hood
added 242 characters in body
Apr
3
revised Would you insert any hyphens in these?
Added hyphen tag. Minor formatting.
Apr
3
revised The suffix -hood
Added a few tags.
Mar
31
revised What's the meaning of “spin-off”?
Fixed tags
Mar
31
revised Is “…written by the author it claims to be and not by someone passing themselves for them” correct?
Best guess at the intended meaning. Minor formatting and title change. Added tags.
Mar
31
revised It the phrase “They identify themselves as Pacifist, but the EU as an arrogant power” grammatical?
Minor formatting; cleared up question; added tags