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Oct
27
comment Finnegan's Wake: “the least successful of whom was…”
Possible duplicate of [english.stackexchange.com/questions/16507/…
Oct
27
answered Finnegan's Wake: “the least successful of whom was…”
Oct
27
comment How long have people been swearing in English?
@MartinBeckett, Yes, I'm sure being a prostitute in the 17th century was awesome.
Oct
27
revised Figure of Speech vs. Figure of Thought
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Oct
27
comment How long have people been swearing in English?
Prejudice against Anglo-Saxons.
Oct
27
comment How long have people been swearing in English?
All my life....
Oct
27
answered Difference between “smart” and “clever”
Oct
27
comment Word suggestion for items that can be labelled with a serial number and items that cannot be labelled with a serial number
Can you give a little bit more context? What is this for? And can you give an example of an item that cannon be labelled with a serial number?
Oct
26
answered Is “non-freedom” correct?
Oct
26
answered Figure of Speech vs. Figure of Thought
Oct
26
comment “Doubt” vs. “suspect”
I'm not sure what you mean by 'pairs of this nature'. Opposites?
Oct
26
comment What does “proper” mean in this context?
I agree this is the meaning the author was intending, I'm just not sure that they're using it appropriately. The booth is a discrete object, not likely something someone would confuse with the surrounding area.
Oct
26
comment What is a good way to refer to stories that are meant for adults?
"for ages 9-99. Sorry Grandma."
Oct
26
answered What does “more cowbell” mean? Has it gotten the currency as an idiom or a buzz word?
Oct
26
comment Is there a better term for 'low-level?'
If you're worried about what untrained ears will hear, call it Genius-Level Programming. These are people who don't even understand the concept, let alone the actual work involved.
Oct
25
comment Should computer game screens show “you lose” or “you lost”?
Why not put "GAME OVER"?
Oct
25
comment Should computer game screens show “you lose” or “you lost”?
I would play that game.
Oct
25
answered Is there any grammatical mistake in “web designers and developers required?”
Oct
25
comment Is there any grammatical mistake in “web designers and developers required?”
Who said that, I'll kick his ass?
Oct
25
answered Using “champion” as a verb