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asked Feminine version of “gentleman and a scholar”
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comment Usage of “note (bill)” and “banknote” in AmE
@Josh: a banknote is a type of debt instrument, but not one that has specific performance (ie, tied to a real asset, as opposed to fiat money).
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answered Usage of “note (bill)” and “banknote” in AmE
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comment Why are so many terms nautical in origin?
I would be curious whether this was equally true in British and American English.
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answered HTTP-port or HTTP port?
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answered “Disappointed in” versus “disappointed with”
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answered Does “until [date]” mean “before that date”?
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answered “stay home” vs. “stay at home”
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revised Shorter alternatives to “staying up-to-date”
Fixed hyphenation
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suggested approved edit on Shorter alternatives to “staying up-to-date”
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accepted Where does the phrase “possession is ( nine points | nine-tenths ) of the law” come from?
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revised Should “A-Player” Be Hyphenated?
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asked Where does the phrase “possession is ( nine points | nine-tenths ) of the law” come from?
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answered Should “A-Player” Be Hyphenated?
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answered What does ‘peer around something’ mean?
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answered What is the word for the joy felt when a favour offered is subsequently not needed?