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English Enthusiast and a learner, Love intense gymming, Postive being...and a Dreamer


Jun
23
awarded  Constituent
Jun
23
awarded  Caucus
May
21
awarded  Suffrage
May
20
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
15
comment A word for “Progress Bar” when it's not used to measure progress
What about "security alert bar"?
May
13
awarded  Informed
May
13
answered Can I say “It will be my pleasure to help you” in an email reply?
May
13
answered How to describe a document that is a “near-plagiarism” of another?
May
13
awarded  Critic
May
13
comment Etymology of the words “narky” and “narked”
The link I provided clearly says that nark is a variant of narc and it also means a lawman concerned with narcotics violations.
May
13
suggested suggested edit on proverb means Consider me as you want you will find me as you consider
May
13
comment Etymology of the words “narky” and “narked”
thefreedictionary.com/narc shows narc and nark are synonyms
May
13
comment Etymology of the words “narky” and “narked”
narc or nark+ -y where nark means someone who is annoying or disturbing.
May
13
answered Use of “rather” instead of “whether”
May
12
answered What is the difference between “sheer” and “pure” will(power)?
May
12
comment What is the correct way to state which category is collecting an aggregate?
@Edwin Ashworth So you recommend per as a prefix in this sentence is correct?
May
12
comment What is the correct way to state which category is collecting an aggregate?
percentage comes from percent which means per-cent(shows completeness). I guess I am right on my reason.
May
12
comment First communion, then communism?
I am a slow typist ;)
May
12
answered First communion, then communism?
May
12
comment What is the correct way to state which category is collecting an aggregate?
used without dash