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Jul
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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
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accepted Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
Jul
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revised Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
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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
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asked Is spell-checking software becoming a linguistic authority?
Jul
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Jul
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accepted Can the term “etymology” be applied to a phrase or only individual words?
Jul
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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
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answered Word, idiom or expression to describe feeling full (after eating)
Jul
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asked Can the term “etymology” be applied to a phrase or only individual words?
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Jun
30
revised “No spark of constellation, No Vela no Orion”
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Jun
30
suggested approved edit on “No spark of constellation, No Vela no Orion”
Jun
30
revised What is the secular version of the word Chaplain?
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Jun
29
answered “Everything is everything”
Jun
29
answered What is the secular version of the word Chaplain?
Jun
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answered What's the difference between “ludicrous” and “ridiculous”?
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