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reviewed Approve single word for a person who makes things difficult
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answered Deciding between “eponymous” and “titular”
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comment How do you capitalize a proper noun such as “iPhone”?
I strongly disagree with this. Brand names are not people, and are not entitled to the same courtesy one would extend to a person. When brands choose to tinker with the established rules of grammar and spelling for marketing purposes, it is, to my mind, perfectly legitimate to stick with established rules of spelling and grammar where they improve clarity.
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Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Usage of passive forms without “be” verb
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reviewed Close Designators, quantifications and predicates in Predicate Logic
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comment Designators, quantifications and predicates in Predicate Logic
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about formal logic.
Dec
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reviewed Close Restrain vs curb
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reviewed Close Can we use “highfalutin” to describe a person?
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reviewed Close What’s a word for people sharing a common culture?
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reviewed Leave Open Meaning of “dogmatic” in “there was a dogmatic gathering in the neighborhood”
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reviewed Close “Sign up free” or “Sign up for free”
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reviewed Leave Open Why does the word “never” not contain an apostrophe?
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reviewed Leave Open Might “equivocal” be applied to our scientific understandings?