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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
fixed title grammar
Jun
21
answered How can I greet a group of teachers?
Jun
21
suggested suggested edit on A word for someone who has more skill than a code monkey to be at just the next level
Jun
21
revised The phrase “to pour cloud water”
fixed grammar
Jun
21
suggested suggested edit on The phrase “to pour cloud water”
Jun
21
revised 'Did see' and 'Saw'
added 4 characters in body
Jun
21
accepted 'Did see' and 'Saw'
Jun
20
revised 'Did see' and 'Saw'
deleted 3 characters in body
Jun
20
asked 'Did see' and 'Saw'
Jun
20
answered Why “just another bit of intrigue”?
Jun
20
revised Where does the term “Monad” come from?
fixed title grammar
Jun
20
suggested suggested edit on Where does the term “Monad” come from?
Jun
20
answered How to understand “like it or not”?
Jun
20
comment Face up or head up?
makes sense
Jun
20
comment Face up or head up?
If you are looking/staring at the sky, isn't up the only way? So is 'up' in this case redundant?
Jun
20
awarded  Great Answer
Jun
20
comment “Headed in the right direction” or “heading in the right direction”?
But we can also say "John is headed in the right direction" to indicate that something is happening in present.