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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment Is “catenate” used in IT parlance?
The perl reference resonated, as the author of this particular book could very well be a perl developer.
Nov
14
asked Is “catenate” used in IT parlance?
Jun
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
25
accepted Is “thankyou” acceptable as a single word?
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23
asked Is “thankyou” acceptable as a single word?
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16
comment What is the opposite of “green”?
"Going black" implies Joe has taken up some nefarious undercover activity for an un-named government agency taking out troublesome greenies.
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21
awarded  Scholar
Jul
21
accepted Breaking down “Of his honour and his glory, the people would sing” into subject, verb, predicate
Jul
20
revised Breaking down “Of his honour and his glory, the people would sing” into subject, verb, predicate
added missing word of the lyric
Jul
20
asked Breaking down “Of his honour and his glory, the people would sing” into subject, verb, predicate
Jul
20
answered Is “as [adjective] as [can/could] be” grammatical?
Jul
5
comment How do you pronounce the word 'vagary'?
I've never heard this pronounced vuh-GARE-i - so as far as I'm concerned this pronunciation came from you!
Jun
22
answered Is this sentence structure correct?
Jun
18
answered “It is me” vs. “It is I”?
Jun
15
comment What examples are there of a double positive conveying a negative meaning?
There is one example that I'm aware of, but I do not have sufficient reputation to post an answer to my own question. I'll check in 8-hours to see if somebody else comes up with something.
Jun
15
awarded  Student