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awarded  Notable Question
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reviewed Approve Which, which book/one
Jun
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reviewed Reject What is a word that means an instance of a game?
Jun
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comment Is there an idiom for being consistently unlucky through no fault of one's own?
@Sabre unless you're old enough to have watched Laverne & Shirley
Jun
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comment “Calling a spade a spade”: synonymous expressions?
@HotLicks, I'm guessing your former coworker got it from the first joke here: 8052.com/forum/read/121600
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comment Phrase to mean “fully prepared”
Hot to trot has a sexual connotation that ColdFusion might not want
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comment One word for “a one-eyed person”
King. But only if you live in a particular kingdom. ;)
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answered Is calling someone “old school”- offensive/derogatory?
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answered What is a word that means an instance of a game?
Jan
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comment The meaning of phrase of “To wilf”
"Man, have you seen that chick Joe married in Vegas, she's definitely a WILF."
Dec
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answered Antonym for “discombobulate”
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comment Why is the term “depressed” often used to describe a button which is pressed?
@endolith Press-up - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Push-up
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accepted Is there such a thing as an unvoiced vowel?
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asked Is there such a thing as an unvoiced vowel?
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