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Dec
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comment What is the better way to say, “I will wait until you ask me to start off”?
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Dec
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Dec
26
reviewed Looks OK A word to describe the feeling that you are forgetting something?
Dec
26
reviewed Looks OK Skimming stones vs skipping stones?
Dec
26
reviewed Looks OK Skimming stones vs skipping stones?
Dec
24
revised What is one word for “easily found”?
fixed typo
Dec
24
comment Why do British people say Van Gough different than American people?
Because both are wrong. The correct pronouciation uses a gutteral "g" sound most similar to the "ch" in the Scottish pronounciation of "loch".
Dec
24
comment Usage of loss or losses (for undesirable heat produced)
would you say "less loss" or "fewer losses"?
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Jan
23
answered What is that feeling one gets when they are about to sneeze?
Jan
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comment What's the name of hair left in your razor?
I use the word "hair".
Dec
24
comment On the target of “not”
They may have indeed wanted the CCTV cameras - but not set up - rather simply delivered in their boxes so that set-up could be performed later - very different meanings.
Dec
24
comment Is there a name for this type of sculpture?
This looks like some sort of "henge".
Dec
21
answered One word synonym for “easy to follow”
Dec
21
comment What is the etymology of the word “howwa”, meaning “that thing”?
Where in the North-East?
Dec
20
comment Why does “groove” mean “take pleasure in”?
@Tim, no LPs, records, EPs, 45s, etc, etc...