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Aug
24
comment Which is correct: “prefer X to Y” or “prefer X over Y”?
Someone complaining that their sleep wasn't restful enough. :) ie. Their sleep isn't working.
Aug
23
comment “Par for the course”
@Bruno - I don't think everyone necessarily understands what the word "par" is but they should still understand the idiom "par for the course".
Aug
23
answered Which is correct: “prefer X to Y” or “prefer X over Y”?
Aug
19
comment 'to check' versus 'to verify'
I hope I'm not nitpicking because I don't want to annoy anyone- "verify if the application is running" sounds very awkward. I would say "verify that the application is running". Again "verify" means you already assume it is running.
Aug
19
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Aug
18
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Aug
18
answered 'to check' versus 'to verify'