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Jun
14
accepted Is there a common term for source and destination?
Jun
12
comment Is there a common term for source and destination?
@Jim: I do differentiate, via positive vs. negative amounts (It's double-entry bookkeeping). Parties is pretty close, but these are actually quite often categories (like "income" or "mortgage") or accounts (like "checking" or "credit card").
Jun
12
revised Is there a common term for source and destination?
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Jun
12
comment Is there a common term for source and destination?
Origin means source, but not destination, right?
Jun
12
asked Is there a common term for source and destination?
Jun
12
comment Term for using “thingy-esque” phrases rather than a common word
These are some sort of preposition, right?
Jun
10
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Jun
28
comment What are some examples of awkward sounding but grammatically correct sentences?
This is not grammatical, as it is missing punctuation.
Apr
21
comment What does “What are you up to?” mean?
@Seamus: I would phrase it "To what are you up," which is still very awkward.
Apr
21
comment “Eat” is to “feed” as “drink” is to what?
@KeithS: Caffeinated drinks do not result in a net loss of water to the body.
Apr
21
comment What is the noun to refer to the 64- or 32-bit -ness of an operating system
I have heard bit depth, which is close enough to this to not warrant its own answer.
Apr
1
answered Word for something difficult or nearly impossible to achieve
Feb
21
comment Meaning and origin of “hustle, score, use”
Score is used correctly here. See: thefreedictionary.com/score The act or an instance of buying illicit drugs.
Feb
21
comment Is it proper to use the word “bandwidth” as it relates to time allotment?
@Kris: Yes really. youtube.com/watch?v=iHW1ho8L7V8
Feb
17
answered Is it proper to use the word “bandwidth” as it relates to time allotment?