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comment Is there a non-colloquial equivalent term for “cool”?
@Sridhar-Sarnobat, "cool" could refer to a situation or a thing as well.
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comment When do I use “can” or “could”?
@ShreevatsaR, In the context of english.stackexchange.com/a/163363/8278 , will both "could" and "can" be possible? What's the difference between them?
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answered Is there a non-colloquial equivalent term for “cool”?
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comment When do I use “can” or “could”?
@ShreevatsaR, Do you mean that "Depending on that, we can go." is ungrammatical?
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comment Is there a non-colloquial equivalent term for “cool”?
Did you mean inimitable instead of unimitable?
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accepted What does “fortuitous with respect to viruses” mean?
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comment What does “fortuitous with respect to viruses” mean?
I've linked this thread in an email to Schneier (the author). This is his reply: "I was thinking of the situation, but you're probably right."
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accepted What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
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comment What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
@Kris, Isn't there only blue, pink and white?
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comment What term describes workers that are not “knowledge workers”?
By manual worker being the opposite of knowledge worker, do you mean that there exists no work which is non-knowledge and non-manual?
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accepted Is “will just need to [verb]” grammatical?