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asked Is it appropriate to use the word “most” to describe 60% of something?
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accepted & as a letter in the alphabet?
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comment & as a letter in the alphabet?
Colin - what words was it used in when it was a letter? Or are you saying the definition of a letter changed?
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revised & as a letter in the alphabet?
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asked & as a letter in the alphabet?
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accepted What do you call a person that adds things to a list?
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comment What do you call a person that adds things to a list?
@Mitch, yes. I'm leaning towards contributor at the moment for the general label but for one list, its a list of peoples names so it could seem a little strange - "Contributor" and "Attendee". For all other lists it would fit more appropriately.
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