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I am a Software Engineer employed as a C# ASP.Net software consultant. I run my own C#/Software Development web blog at www.Marisic.net You can follow me on twitter http://twitter.com/dotnetchris

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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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comment Does the phrase that one “keeps their head down” have a negative connotation
Very eloquently explained.
Jul
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accepted Does the phrase that one “keeps their head down” have a negative connotation
Jul
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asked Does the phrase that one “keeps their head down” have a negative connotation
Mar
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comment What do you call someone who has a 'problem'
If this was any other site and I saw someone use the word "querent" I'd say you were making it up.
Aug
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comment What do you call a web advert that obscures page content forcing you to look at it?
Something that usually makes me leave the site. Or greatly confuses me since I use adblock and a giant empty block is all I see for a web page.
Jul
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comment Word similar to “farewell” but with negative connotation
I had thought about that in regards to Goodbye for closing letters/emails but wasn't sure since it still has the "good" part.
Jul
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accepted Word similar to “farewell” but with negative connotation
Jul
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comment Word similar to “farewell” but with negative connotation
What exactly do you mean by MSS? Or is that your initials there?
Jul
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asked Word similar to “farewell” but with negative connotation
Jul
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comment What is the opposite of “abstain”?
I was going to provide the answer "Do" but that doesn't seem to really meet the context in regards to voting, just general abstain.
Jun
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accepted Is this sentence truly a fragment?
Jun
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comment Is this sentence truly a fragment?
@jackgill yes, precisely.
Jun
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comment Is this sentence truly a fragment?
"Bob" was a specific person I was addressing in a multiple user email chain.
Jun
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asked Is this sentence truly a fragment?
Jun
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
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comment Single word to use instead of “can't” or “won't”
Deny is also a very good word here.
Jun
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comment What is the correct way to use “neither” and “nor” in a sentence together?
@Henrik N that is how I would phrase that sentence, I would say that is Standard American, might not be textbook English.
Jun
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comment Single word to use instead of “can't” or “won't”
Can someone tag this C# and unit-testing? it won't let me create new tags which is lame seeing as I have 5K+ StackExchange flair.
Jun
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awarded  Scholar