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asked Does “landfill” refer only to the landfill site, or also to the material?
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comment “I am yet to see” versus “I have yet to see”
Some random data: “I have yet to see” gives 10× the google hits that “I am yet to see” does; but at the same time “is yet to come” has 10× more than “has yet to come”...
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revised “best thing since X”
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comment “best thing since X”
Are you sure? I notice I named them confusingly; in my question, X is the new, recent event and Y is the historical reference point. Did you mean what you said or the opposite?
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comment “best thing since X”
Right, sure, but this question is not about the figurative use. The sentence often comes up non-figuratively in the news.
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asked “best thing since X”
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comment Quoting prices informally
I don’t see why the question needs any “context”. It is a perfectly fine question by itself.
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comment Ways to write “2000 year old”
Well it’s certainly wrong; it would be the same as writing a 6-year-old-boy or a 5-thousand-dollar-bag.
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comment Ways to write “2000 year old”
Surely it’s a 2-hour trip, not a 2-hour-trip?