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Jun
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answered Using a comma before “but”
Jun
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comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
@snumpy: Ah, good catch! I've edited to (hopefully) make this more clear.
Jun
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revised “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
added 83 characters in body
Jun
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comment Is it acceptable to nest parentheses?
When I need a smiley right before a closing parenthesis, I reverse it (like this (: )
Jun
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comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
@Rhodin: I think you believed I was proposing that as an alternative to "on occasion", where it was really for "on various occasions". I've edited my post to make it more clear.
Jun
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revised “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
added 16 characters in body
Jun
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comment “a” or “an” in this situation?
@Johaness: Right! :)
Jun
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answered “a” or “an” in this situation?
Jun
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answered “Will be doing” vs. “will do”
Jun
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Jun
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comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
@njd: "on" and "at" aren't as simple as you make them sound. Compare "at 5 o'clock" and "on the bed".
Jun
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Jun
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comment “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
What does this have to do with "occasion" ?
Jun
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revised “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
Fixed quotes in title
Jun
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comment “Champing on the bit”
"typo", in 1581?
Jun
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answered “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
Jun
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suggested approved edit on “At various occasions” versus “on various occasions”
Jun
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comment How bad is the f-word, really?
I don't necessarily agree that you can swear if someone else has done so first. If that person is (or believes themselves to be) your social or professional superior, he or she may think it's okay to use whatever language he or she likes around you, but may not appreciate you doing the same. (Unfair but true.)
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