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Aug
30
awarded  Yearling
Aug
30
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
revised Word that means “periodically purged” or “cleansed by fire”
edited "english" since this web site is all about it
Nov
3
revised Term for assistant of assistant manager
minor corrections
Nov
3
suggested suggested edit on Word that means “periodically purged” or “cleansed by fire”
Nov
3
suggested suggested edit on Term for assistant of assistant manager
Oct
22
comment Is it proper to capitalize after an acronym?
IMHO you shouldn't capitalize the first word after an acronym.
Oct
17
revised Omitting the definite article before “problem is”
Generic corrections and formatting.
Oct
17
suggested suggested edit on Omitting the definite article before “problem is”
Oct
6
comment “Out of the box” — when should I use this phrase?
Just out of curiosity, are you implying that you are a spammer?
Sep
22
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
22
comment What do you call a person who is easily replaced?
@jprete: As if someone is actually happy of being considered easily replaceable...
Sep
20
awarded  Scholar
Sep
20
accepted Is “gilded” usually associated with gold as an element or as a colour?
Sep
19
comment What can I call other students if I am also a student?
@Mitch: As I said, this choice is highly encouraged by my professors. Note that the OP didn't mention which kind of student he is (high school, university..). I too would probably use "fellow student", but since the OP asked for a word to use when talking to professors I posted what my professors want me to use.
Sep
18
answered What can I call other students if I am also a student?
Sep
17
comment Is “gilded” usually associated with gold as an element or as a colour?
@FumbleFingers: As I stated in my question, I wasn't sure such interpretation existed or not. I'll be glad if you'd decide to make an answer out of your comments as they seem sensible.
Sep
17
comment Is “gilded” usually associated with gold as an element or as a colour?
@FumbleFingers: isn't gilt the same as gilded? I know that you could just describe things with different terms (e.g. gold painted car), but that doesn't answer my question.
Sep
17
asked Is “gilded” usually associated with gold as an element or as a colour?
Sep
15
comment Proper use of the phrase “of all time”
"I'mma let you finish, but Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time!" Seems like Kanye West agrees with you!