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Jun
29
revised What is the difference between 'tell' and 'say'
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Jun
29
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Jun
28
revised Can I use “as late as” to express a deadline?
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Jun
28
revised Can I use “as late as” to express a deadline?
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Jun
27
answered Can I use “as late as” to express a deadline?
Jun
25
answered “Toys out of the pram” expression
Jun
24
awarded  Quorum
Jun
23
comment An “unhappy smile”
@Joe, there are a lot of results from 1990 onwards too.
Jun
23
comment An “unhappy smile”
@Joe, what about the 1000's of examples we get when we google this?
Jun
23
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Jun
22
comment An “unhappy smile”
@Joe It need not be a forced smile, in cases where you are smiling because you genuinely want to but you are also sad. For example, a write may say that a mother who has lost a child recently had an unhappy smile when she saw some children play in the park.
Jun
22
comment An “unhappy smile”
@Joe So all the results in this link are about plastic surgeons and dentists? google.com/…, I doubt it.
Jun
22
answered An “unhappy smile”
Jun
22
answered What's a short phrase meaning “visited and ascended” (e.g. a tower)?
Jun
22
comment Whence the phrase, “in short order”?
I would have deleted my answer, but SO is not allowing me. I feel this is the better answer.
Jun
22
comment Whence the phrase, “in short order”?
Great answer, @MT_Head
Jun
21
comment “Arrival of Nightfall”
Same here. This is also a well used expression.
Jun
21
answered Alternative terms for meaning “wake up”
Jun
21
comment “Arrival of Nightfall”
but then "crack of dawn" would also be incorrect
Jun
21
revised A word for someone who has more skill than a code monkey to be at just the next level
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