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Jan
25
revised “Has given a martyr to Christ”
retagged, included whole sentence for clarity
Jan
25
comment Word for something sad and funny at the same time
@nick Funny, man, not scary. :P
Jan
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
24
answered Word for something sad and funny at the same time
Jan
24
revised Usage of YMMV: Can I use it in day-to-day conversation?
minor orthographic edit
Jan
23
comment co-living and co-evolving
Hi @Aussay! I'm not sure I understand what your question is. Are you asking for a definition, or do you want help re-phrasing you sentence, or are you wondering whether such a word exists?
Jan
23
answered How to say that you are going to do something really soon?
Jan
23
comment Is *race* a synonym of *species* or is just a common mistake?
Well, naturally humans and elves can breed. How else to you explain the high percentage of half-elves in D&D games?
Jan
23
comment Is *race* a synonym of *species* or is just a common mistake?
I don't understand why this question was closed. I think it is a perfectly ordinary "word differences" question. I have voted to reopen it. Also, you may find this question interesting.
Jan
20
comment Is “Honouree” correct in British English?
@John It's great that you checked those sources, and I think you ought to include them in the body of your question, otherwise some folks will mistakenly think this is general reference and vote to close it.
Jan
19
comment “Ear doctor's” vs “Ear doctor”
It may be regional. Stephen King and I grew up in the same town. People here generally say "I'm going to the doctor's."
Jan
19
comment Adjective to replace “small” in “small part”
How is it a small part? Is it an abstract or a section? In that case, how about using those words instead?
Jan
19
comment Is there a name for the feeling “Damn, I already asked this question three years ago”?
I think that this question is too localized to meet our standards. Also, you haven't really even given an approximation of how it makes you feel (angry, empowered, stupid, awkward, proud, titillated?), or offered any guidance on why certain words you have thought of don't meet your criteria. Therefore, I am voting to close this question.
Jan
19
comment What is the correct way to use “neither” and “nor” in a sentence together?
@Kris Whether or not it is the etymology, it can still be a mnemonic.
Jan
15
comment Title Capitalization of Keywords in Programming Languages
I think you would follow the same rule as outlined in the question "How do you capitalize a proper noun such as iPhone."
Jan
13
revised Englishman and British man
retagged
Jan
13
revised Englishman and British man
deleted 6 characters in body; edited tags
Jan
11
revised What does “not even close” mean?
moved the time marker on the clip to the pertinent section
Jan
10
comment What does the joke with the punchline about Chrome and Hollandaise mean, and why is it funny?
I'm with you, @Rob. Voting to reopen.
Jan
10
comment Etymology of “sh**hole”
@MetaEd You are welcome to answer, vote, or otherwise comment on the existing meta question, or come to chat to discuss it. So long as it is the highest voted answer, it is how we will maintain the site.