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Jun
16
revised appeal a sentence VS appeal the sentence VS appeal against
corrected last sentence
Jun
15
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Jun
15
revised appeal a sentence VS appeal the sentence VS appeal against
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Jun
14
comment Why do we have “anxiousness”, but not “frightenness”?
@PeterShor Fearful and frightened are a bit different, I'd say - which leaves room for frightenedness next to fearfulness.
Jun
14
suggested rejected edit on Why do we have “anxiousness”, but not “frightenness”?
Jun
14
comment Why do we have “anxiousness”, but not “frightenness”?
Makes sense to me.
Jun
14
accepted Why do we have “anxiousness”, but not “frightenness”?
Jun
14
asked Why do we have “anxiousness”, but not “frightenness”?
Jun
14
answered appeal a sentence VS appeal the sentence VS appeal against
Dec
22
awarded  Scholar
Dec
22
accepted Comma between attribute tuples
Dec
22
awarded  Student
Dec
20
comment Comma between attribute tuples
"Peter is pretty A and mostly B; C and D."? - The semicolon looks weird to me. But I get your point that the "mostly" could be understood as applicable to B, to C and to D. - Not sure what to do...
Dec
19
asked Comma between attribute tuples
Feb
10
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Jun
9
comment Appropriate dash to use when attributing a quotation?
thx ESultanik. makes (sort of) sense.
Jun
7
comment Appropriate dash to use when attributing a quotation?
i'm new here - and just curious why somebody voted my answer down...
Jun
5
answered Appropriate dash to use when attributing a quotation?