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Business systems analyst.


Jul
10
comment Looking for an adjective describing a system with small number of assumptions (or rules)
Your answer would be improved if you explained why these were good choices.
Jul
9
comment 1607 writ by Edward Coke - Relative pronouns?
As we have told you on multiple occasions the statement "It's not a duplicate" is not sufficient for a question to not be a duplicate. If the other question does not answer your question, you must edit this one to explain exactly why the duplicate doesn't answer your question. "I still don't get it" is not sufficient explanation.
Jul
9
revised The use of nominative “whom” in legal contexts (and possibly others)
made the question distinct from the duplicate
Jul
9
comment Why are female wizards called “witches”?
You'll need a better source than your opinion if you expect this answer to stand.
Jul
9
comment Can none and nor be used together?
Or maybe "None of the three, neither Tom nor Dick nor Harry, participated."
Jul
9
comment “It doesn't always X” vs “It always doesn't X”
related, possible duplicate: english.stackexchange.com/questions/60173/…
Jul
9
revised “It doesn't always X” vs “It always doesn't X”
edited tags
Jul
9
revised Idiom or word for a very crowded place
stated source
Jul
8
comment What's a common name for creating and removing objects?
I think shazoo does nicely. Also, TempTableVerification describes what you just said.
Jul
8
revised A one-word synonym of “to give meaning to”?
sourced
Jul
7
comment What is the difference between “deployment” and “release”?
You deploy a release. You don't release a release or deploy a deployment. They are distinguished for clarity.
Jul
7
comment “Would have not” vs. “would not have”
related: english.stackexchange.com/questions/23152/…
Jul
6
comment A poetic word or expression for networking/lobbying/making professional connections
Your answer could be improved if you explained why you think hobnob is a good fit.
Jul
6
revised A poetic word or expression for networking/lobbying/making professional connections
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Jul
6
comment Is the use of a hyphen between “non” and an adjective strictly necessary?
Related: english.stackexchange.com/questions/11570/to-hyphenate-or-not
Jul
4
awarded  Copy Editor
Jul
4
comment Does 'twink' imply a specific sexuality?
I'm wondering the same thing now. Is twink something that describes a particular stereotype of a group of gay men, or is it used by the gay community to describe a particular physical stereotype that some men are attracted to?
Jul
4
comment Meaning of “black on black” in Nickelback's “Animals”
Yes, I think so too. "I'm driving [a] black-on-black [vehicle]" with the implied additional poetry of driving a black car in a black mood on a black night.
Jul
4
revised Does 'twink' imply a specific sexuality?
deleted 13 characters in body; edited title
Jul
3
revised What is “Kludgeocracy” in short, in plain words?
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