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Dec
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comment Origin of the name 'Knickerbocker Glory'?
The ten-year-old boy that still lives inside me doesn't need to study that photo long to know why that is "glorious"!
Oct
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awarded  Informed
Sep
16
revised What is the name of this symbol “♪”?
added clarification that the answer refers to American English
Sep
16
suggested approved edit on What is the name of this symbol “♪”?
Jul
2
comment Is there a word for irrational anger?
In my house it's called "hungry".
Jun
26
comment Does the term “white lie” have racist connotations?
The origin of a word does not have anything to do with its contemporary usage.
Nov
29
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
20
comment Man-hour vs. person-hour? Is the former now considered politically incorrect?
I don't see how this answers the question to the standards of this site.
Nov
4
comment What do you call a sick person who is lying in bed?
Huh. It seems you are correct but I though I had seen that usage.
Nov
4
revised What do you call a sick person who is lying in bed?
clarified answer based on comments
Nov
4
answered What do you call a sick person who is lying in bed?
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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awarded  Famous Question
May
16
comment Is it possible to write an infinite sentence that is grammatically correct?
This only seems to apply if you compose the sentence from beginning to end. I could compose "This is a very long sentence." and then add a "very" an infinite number of times. This sentence would have proper punctuation.
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
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answered Word meaning crying, but not crying?