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Dec
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reviewed Close What is the origin of the phrase “Life is too short to …”?
Dec
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revised How do some people develop the tendency to overuse particular words?
Single space after fullstop
Dec
16
comment Is there a term for the continuance of the later editions of a book?
I think it's much more common in fiction, where a single author becomes known for a certain story/character, and so there might not be a name that also covers nonfiction. But allow me to propose continuation book.
Dec
16
comment Hats on to Hatarchy
Where do you draw the line for isawordiness? What makes one thing a word and other things not?
Dec
16
comment Hats on to Hatarchy
Sure, why not? It looks like a word to me.
Dec
16
awarded  Revival
Dec
16
revised Where does “noogie” come from?
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Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Hats on to Hatarchy
Dec
16
reviewed Close He must decide who/whom to be. Which is correct?
Dec
16
revised “Yard” in the sense of pulling hard on something
Summarise
Dec
15
comment How widespread are snow goblins?
Good answer. I think this is what the OP was after.
Dec
15
answered “Yard” in the sense of pulling hard on something
Dec
15
comment Hats on to Hatarchy
Whilst I like hatarchy <= hat + archy <= rule by hats, the hatarchy in this particlar question is Hats? People will do anything to get a hat! It'll be anarchy! Hatarchy! => hat + anarchy => hatarchy.
Dec
15
comment Hats on to Hatarchy
@Christopher I've edited and added a bit to address that. Short version: generally, yes. Occasionally in very technical use, no.
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revised Hats on to Hatarchy
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answered Hats on to Hatarchy
Dec
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awarded  Necromancer
Dec
15
reviewed Edit I will treat you so good
Dec
15
revised I will treat you so good
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Dec
15
reviewed Leave Open What is the etymology of the term “Cockpit”?