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This tag is for questions about correctly using a word. The word has to be provided within the question. The question should be limited to the usage of one word. For the usage of complete phrases there is the tag phrase-usage.

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I think a more useful phrase for the developer, and one that would be plausibly plain-English enough to come out of the mouth of an end-user would be this: "Nothing happens when I click the link/but …
answered Jun 29 '11 by Taj Moore
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When reporting on a project that is still being worked on, do you call it in progress or do you call it in process? I have heard both, and both make sense in their own way. I want to know what both t …
asked Aug 8 '11 by Taj Moore
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It seems like "puce" means two different colors depending on where you live. I always thought puce was green, then saw on Wikipedia that it is purplish-brown. Further research tells me that it's gener …
asked May 24 '12 by Taj Moore