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Jul
8
comment What is a concise word or phrasing for “in a context without a user”?
@FumbleFingers, I saw your profile which states you're a coder? So what do you mean by "neither of us are any use to the other"?
Jul
8
comment “A bit” vs. “a little bit” vs. “a little”
What do you mean? Seeing that it's so specialized, I'm just wondering if there's another example besides that "hungry" example you mentioned.
Jul
7
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Jul
3
comment What does it mean : to cut it anymore?
@TheRaven, This answer seems like a stab in the dim. Are there better citations?
Jul
1
comment Is there an expression or idiom for something convenient that happens right when you need it to?
@Smig, "Miracle"?
Jun
21
comment Would the word “tween” be considered a portmanteau or is it just a truncation?
@AndrewLeach, Isn't "a truncation of a portmanteau word" also considered a portmanteau?
Jun
19
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Jun
16
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Jun
15
comment “A bit” vs. “a little bit” vs. “a little”
besides that example, are there other examples for "differences in meaning due to context"?
Jun
14
comment What's the difference between Media and Press
Also see "Today we say media instead of “the press.” But it’s a mistake. The press has.."
Jun
11
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Jun
10
comment “Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.” Albert Einstein?
@JohnDibling, Also on meta: meta.english.stackexchange.com/questions/4323/…
Jun
10
comment “Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.” Albert Einstein?
Also see skeptics.stackexchange.com/q/8742/4098
Jun
10
comment Can I use “therefore”, “so”, “hence” and “thus” interchangeably?
Semicolon before therefore? No one uses this.
Jun
9
comment General term for muggle-type terms?
@tchrist, Why is this thread "protected"? It doesn't even seem to have many views.
Jun
9
comment What is a concise word or phrasing for “in a context without a user”?
@FumbleFingers, You don't use Stackoverflow?
Jun
9
revised Connotations of “Is there any” vs “Are there any”
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Jun
9
accepted Connotations of “Is there any” vs “Are there any”
Jun
8
asked Connotations of “Is there any” vs “Are there any”