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Dec
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answered Incorrect grammar vs dialect (when/whenever)
Dec
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
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answered “If I were..” usage
Nov
27
answered Is “A Spanish Learning Grammar” grammatical?
Nov
27
answered A tricky usage of “of”. “Timewalking version of Ghostworld Chestguard should no longer incorrectly have Spirit.”
Nov
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comment A tricky usage of “of”. “Timewalking version of Ghostworld Chestguard should no longer incorrectly have Spirit.”
From a syntactic point of view, "version" is the head in the examples I wrote. Although you could say that "KJ version" is more like an adjective in terms of meaning, it is actually the KJ version that is emphasized. The main point of the sentence was to specify which version the church uses. Likewise, the main point about Ghostworld Chestguard is to specify which version has the incorrect Spirit removed.
Nov
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answered A tricky usage of “of”. “Timewalking version of Ghostworld Chestguard should no longer incorrectly have Spirit.”
Nov
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answered What are the derivatives of position with respect to time
Nov
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comment What's the difference between a pathological problem and a normal problem?
+1 for providing an engineering-oriented answer as suggested by the context
Nov
21
answered What does 'as' mean when followed by v-ing?
Nov
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comment What does the term “scheduled” modify in the following sentence:
To me, the intended meaning is very clear: of course your employer prefers to have you pre-schedule your vacation, personal and compensatory days so they can be pre-approved. The only exception is that they'll let you count an excused sick day as if it were a "pre-approved absence", because they understand you couldn't know you were going to be sick.
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awarded  Yearling
May
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revised “Made look better” vs. “made to look better”
add tag [causative-verbs]
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suggested approved edit on “Made look better” vs. “made to look better”
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answered What's the difference between “Conference” and “Meeting”?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Ambiguous connotation of “just” - How do natives interpret these?
'I ate just/only an apple' is clear, but it sounds a bit unusual to me.