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Student, Linux enthusiast and a pacifier


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comment Usage of the adjective “smooth”
sorry. I don't remember.
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comment Usage of the adjective “smooth”
most common usage is the first one. Usually in dictionaries the first meaning is the most commonly used one. And in any language the most common is the most specific.
Jun
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answered Usage of the adjective “smooth”
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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answered “—” vs. “;” vs. “,” vs. “()” — what's the difference?
Feb
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answered What's the word for two people who like/love each other but neither one confesses it?
Feb
25
answered What is the difference between experiment and experimentation?
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comment Origin of “despicable”
I started to use this word much often after watching the movie "Despicable Me"
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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accepted Term for person who forgets directions or routes
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awarded  Student
Oct
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asked Term for person who forgets directions or routes
Oct
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comment Word for ground-level hotel?
You are faced with this question because you have this preconceived idea that hotels are multi-storied. It's wrong. Hotels could be in any shapes!!! :D
Sep
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comment Is there a name for someone who calls someone else what he himself is?
@Adam +1 "pot calling the kettle black" is used in situations say, where person A is calling person B arrogant whereas person A himself is equally arrogant.
Sep
3
answered What does “Many, many happy returns of the day” mean in context of a birthday?
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awarded  Analytical
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher