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Bryan has years of experience in business and computer programming as well as those rare visionary qualities that make a great entrepreneur. He is an accomplished executive and leader with a passion for fostering new business growth in the United States and building a strong economy. His current business endeavor can be found at www.pamiris.com.


Jul
7
comment Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
@Robusto: One reason I love the 'add to dictionary' option in the Libre Office context menu. =)
Jul
6
accepted Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
Jul
5
revised Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
added 22 characters in body
Jul
5
comment Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
Ahh... sorry about that. Quite right--I'll edit to reflect.
Jul
5
comment Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
merriam-webster.com/dictionary/unbeknownst
Jul
5
asked Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
Jul
2
awarded  Scholar
Jul
2
accepted Can the term “etymology” be applied to a phrase or only individual words?
Jul
2
comment Can the term “etymology” be applied to a phrase or only individual words?
Linguistic forms still seems a bit vague, and I'm not sure that just the single source is ideal, but I agree with your conclusions. Thanks!
Jul
1
answered Word, idiom or expression to describe feeling full (after eating)
Jul
1
awarded  Student
Jul
1
asked Can the term “etymology” be applied to a phrase or only individual words?
Jul
1
awarded  Organizer
Jun
30
revised “No spark of constellation, No Vela no Orion”
Misspelled title
Jun
30
suggested suggested edit on “No spark of constellation, No Vela no Orion”
Jun
30
revised What is the secular version of the word Chaplain?
added 116 characters in body
Jun
29
answered “Everything is everything”
Jun
29
answered What is the secular version of the word Chaplain?
Jun
29
answered What's the difference between “ludicrous” and “ridiculous”?
Jun
5
awarded  Critic