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Aug
31
revised Is the word “acronym”, in fact, clearly defined?
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Aug
30
answered Is the word “acronym”, in fact, clearly defined?
Aug
29
comment Isn't the phrase “sleeveless vest” redundant?
Northern British English - A sleeveless undershirt is a vest. A tanktop is a knighted jumper with no sleeves.
Aug
29
answered Whats does sharp as a tack and bright as a button mean?
Aug
28
revised I didn't come here for an argument
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Aug
28
comment I didn't come here for an argument
@Mitch - thank you, I don't know if I can close a question as a dupe on another site.
Aug
28
comment I didn't come here for an argument
@Robusto - it's still an argument....
Aug
28
comment I didn't come here for an argument
@DougWarren - sorry typo. I'm a BE native living in AE land so I spend half my time removing unnecessary "u"s from words and the other half accidentally adding them !
Aug
28
revised I didn't come here for an argument
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Aug
28
asked I didn't come here for an argument
Aug
19
revised Should we use “opinion of” or “opinion on”?
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Aug
17
comment Is there a term among heavy computer users for a cat who treads on the keyboard to highly deleterious effect?
You can protest yourself against it bitboost.com/pawsense
Aug
11
revised Why use BCE/CE instead of BC/AD?
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Jul
21
comment Why is a lieutenant general higher than a major general?
Since it based on "Lieutenant" originally meaning "assistant" it is on topic for ELU - unless somebody wanted to claim it was French-LU
Jul
14
comment DNA of English language
Same place en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_languages
Jul
11
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May
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Apr
21
comment Enquire and inquire
I think @Alenanno gave a better answer anyway
Apr
15
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Apr
15
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