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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised What do you call the Pringles container that looks like a ‘bottle’?
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comment What do you call the Pringles container that looks like a ‘bottle’?
@choster I agree with your assessment. I can edit mine, unless you want to post that as an answer too?
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answered How to identify a complex verbal group?
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comment Conditionals with past perfect
I think it would parse easier if you swapped it around "Would that she had known something about first aid, she could have helped him."
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revised Is it correct to say “She hid quite a figure behind the wardrobe”?
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revised Is it correct to say “She hid quite a figure behind the wardrobe”?
added 312 characters in body
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answered Is it correct to say “She hid quite a figure behind the wardrobe”?
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answered What do you call the Pringles container that looks like a ‘bottle’?
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answered Positive variant of “taint”
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comment What words can be paired with “wreak”?
Mayhem and destruction come to mind.
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comment What are Fowler's guidelines for comma usage for this phrase?
I edited your comments into your question and made the title pithier. If you don't like the edits, you can roll them back.
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revised What are Fowler's guidelines for comma usage for this phrase?
edited tags, incorporated comments, re-titled.
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comment What are Fowler's guidelines for comma usage for this phrase?
Comma use is often a matter of style preference, so the guide you are using is pertinent to the question. I'll adjust your tags as well.
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comment What are Fowler's guidelines for comma usage for this phrase?
Oh, is it for a journal? Do you have a particular style guide that you are expected to follow?
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comment What are Fowler's guidelines for comma usage for this phrase?
"It is a debate at times fraught with ..." or "At times, it is a fraught debate ..." would obviate the question.
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revised “True” is to “false” as “truth” is to… what?
incorporated information from comments
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accepted What is the overlap between “Y” and “I”?