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answered What is the opposite of procrastination in one word?
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comment What's the point of omitting the “e”, as in “sceptered” going to “scepter'd”, in English poetry?
Didn't a lot of the words in Shakespearean English have a separate syllable for the "-ed"? For example, "interred" was pronounced "in-ter-ed". I don't know much about this though, just wondering. This would have to imply that "inspired" was pronounced "in-spy-red" which seems odd.
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comment How common is “thrice”?
@Benjol Did you just close an opening bracket with a smiley face?
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comment Word to describe quality of being a blind study
Thanks for going out of your way to give an excellent answer!
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revised Word to describe quality of being a blind study
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comment Word to describe quality of being a blind study
The example given by my boss was that the nurse giving the injections to the subject would be a "blind user" and that the data manager who oversees the randomization process between arms would be an "unblinded user". So "user" in this case is not necessarily a subject in the experiment. However, my boss is not a native English speaker so I am not sure if his terminology is correct.
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