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Dec
19
comment Does “last July” refer to July 2013 or July 2014?
I think you're the only one who can answer the question of what you are referring to. Perhaps you mean to ask what the listener is most likely to infer?
Dec
8
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Dec
7
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Dec
5
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Dec
1
revised Polite name for a prostitute
removed slut shaming bit
Nov
23
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
18
comment Should there be a comma in “You again?”?
Related and possibly of interest: english.stackexchange.com/questions/87564/…, english.stackexchange.com/questions/4590/…, english.stackexchange.com/questions/206310/hello-comma-john, english.stackexchange.com/questions/1025/…
Nov
7
revised Is there a slang word or phrase for someone who is always playing dirty tricks or unpleasant practical jokes on his friends and acquaintances?
Handbags are not limited to women, please don't call women "females", and also the gender of the person receiving the frog is unimportant.
Nov
5
reviewed Reject Words: paucity vs scarcity vs dearth
Nov
2
comment What's an evidential basis for discussing gender-neutrality of terms?
There's been a request to move this question to Meta. I support this idea, but I'm ambivalent enough to leave it to the community to decide. I think there is something to be said for having clearer standards or at least an agreement about how to make these kind of judgments.
Oct
28
comment Use of Comma with Clauses
@SrJoven Delay isn't necessarily transitive. If that were the case though, the sentence ought to be "Anna delayed, but it did not prevent the rise of the Borg."
Oct
28
revised Do submarines float?
put the answer at the top and clothed the links
Oct
20
revised “All our X” vs. “all of our X”
added alt text
Oct
20
comment What is the word for someone who doesn't appreciate their culture/heritage?
I think your terms describe the situation, but not the person, which is why others feel it does not answer the question.
Oct
14
revised “Two yellow spots on its wings” vs “a yellow spot on both wings”
added descriptive text
Oct
14
revised What is the name of the symbol used to depict 'eat and drink'?
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Oct
14
revised order of adjectives exceptions
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Oct
14
revised Present perfect continuous
removed image
Oct
14
revised Prepositions: “The confusing widgets of language”
entered descriptive text
Oct
13
reviewed Approve Is there a passive form of “let him sleep”?