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Apr
8
revised Why did Old Testament scholars choose to employ “to know” in a sexual sense?
edited body
Apr
8
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
@Ben Voigt A true nerd never thinks he overstates his ability.
Apr
8
answered Why did Old Testament scholars choose to employ “to know” in a sexual sense?
Apr
8
comment Is there a single word for “one who speaks/boasts a lot about everything”?
You seem to have perfectly described what I would consider the stereotypical nerd. We nerds all have to admit that, deep down, we are like this. The nerd in any given situation who does this best is termed the alpha nerd or silver specs.
Apr
8
revised Are 'consecutively' and 'successively' the same?
improved formatting, grammar
Apr
8
suggested suggested edit on Are 'consecutively' and 'successively' the same?
Apr
8
accepted What do you call the publisher's logo on the title page and spine of a book?
Apr
8
answered Is the response “I am fine, thank you. And you?” outdated?
Apr
8
asked What do you call the publisher's logo on the title page and spine of a book?
Apr
7
answered “Unicorn”: what other words have this “cornus” etymology?
Apr
6
accepted Different ways to pronounce “augh”
Apr
6
asked Different ways to pronounce “augh”
Apr
6
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
6
revised Synonym for “media item”
edited tags
Apr
5
answered What do “a.m.” and “p.m.” stand for when talking about time?
Apr
5
answered A polite substitution for “lamer”
Apr
5
comment “Center” or “centre” in sports vocabulary?
Could easily be a typo (since a spell checker vary well may not have picked it up). Would you like to provide a link?
Apr
5
comment Why do people say “over-” and “underwhelmed” but never just “whelmed”?
@rajah9 Thanks. I typed it from memory without actually looking at it. How embarrassing to make such a grammatical error on the English Language & Usage site...
Apr
5
revised Why do people say “over-” and “underwhelmed” but never just “whelmed”?
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