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Oct
27
asked What is the term for police officers in command positions?
Oct
27
comment What do you call a definition in which some (but not necessarily all) criteria must apply?
The example presented is of a simple diagnosis (patient has RA vs. patient does not have RA), not a differential diagnosis (patient has RA vs. patient has some other condition).
Oct
27
answered “For a long time” vs “in a long time”
Sep
8
accepted How should wireless technology names be hyphenated and capitalized?
Sep
8
accepted When a sentence uses an optional plural, should the rest of the sentence treat it as singular or plural?
Aug
23
comment What part of speech is “on” in “on fire”?
Very good first point, @hippie!
Aug
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
6
awarded  Yearling
Jun
27
awarded  Nice Question
May
21
comment How many spaces should come after a period/full stop?
@hippie, yes, I was.
Apr
7
accepted How is “e.g.” pluralized?
Apr
7
comment How is “e.g.” pluralized?
Same timestamp, same gist, same score... difficult choice! This one wins the tiebreaker due to the second paragraph.
Apr
7
asked How is “e.g.” pluralized?
Mar
9
comment How should wireless technology names be hyphenated and capitalized?
This is not, in fact, what I was looking for, but +1.
Mar
8
comment How should wireless technology names be hyphenated and capitalized?
@psmears, since you mention it, I was editing this question and didn't know whether to change the last sentence, or what to change it to.
Mar
8
asked How should wireless technology names be hyphenated and capitalized?
Feb
13
comment Appropriateness of two spaces inbetween words
Related: english.stackexchange.com/questions/2544/…
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
4
comment When a sentence uses an optional plural, should the rest of the sentence treat it as singular or plural?
Also, I have no idea if there's an official term for what I'm calling the "optional plural." Please comment or edit if there is.