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04/19/2004 While studying for finals, I have a non-important grammatical question - how does one refer to ...
04/26/2004 Whoops, I meant, "can't stop using hyphens." - (speedraycr)
05/06/2004 Can the word superlative refer to a person or just a part of a sentence? Thanks, ...
05/05/2004 Here's some random question I was thinking about. What the past tense use of weedeat. Ex. ...
05/11/2004 D34r 100 H0ur B04rd, Dreamed or Drempt? - h4x0r dr34m0r
05/14/2004 When is it correct to use "toward" versus "towards" in speech or writing? - Challenger (the ...
06/26/2004 Does anyone else pronounce "been" as "Ben?" I noticed the dictionary only offers "bin" and "bean" ...
07/10/2004 I know it is a rule in English, but could I choose not to capitalize someone's ...
07/12/2004 why do so many people start questions, statements, and especially jokes with the word "so" ? ...
07/23/2004 How can I inprove my speling ?? - Totaly Iliterate.
08/06/2004 How important does someone have to be for them to be considered assasinated, rather than just ...
08/11/2004 A comment about the "poisonous spiders" question on August 9th. I'd like to point out that ...
08/24/2004 Is the plural of a computer mouse "mice"? Or is it mouses? - Say cheese!
10/01/2004 You've all heard the little saying, (possibly in the voice of an iMac like I did) ...
09/30/2004 i remember reading a Peanuts strip from long ago, where Sally Brown is sitting in class ...
10/04/2004 What exactly is an adjunct professor? - Curious
10/19/2004 When one uses the expression, "to a T," which is the proper spelling: "tee" or "T"? ...
10/23/2004 When you're saying "He kept walking toward(s) the table" should you be using the S or ...
10/26/2004 How would you conjugate climate to be an adjective? Example: Some one is "Climographically" challenged? Is ...
10/25/2004 Dear readers of the 100 Hour Board, I keep noticing wistful remarks of people who wish ...
10/25/2004 Hey Skip, It's "platonic" (pertaining to Plato), not "plutonic" (meaning hellish, or perhaps fiscal). I know ...
11/01/2004 When people write works about Christ, and refer to Him many times in a sentence, they ...
11/12/2004 Could you please explain, in English, the sentence "Methinks I see Heaven's sparkling courtiers fly, In ...
11/15/2004 Dear Better than Merriam Webster, What is the distinction between perspicacious and perceptive? Thanks, your mama
11/17/2004 Do I want to say boorish or boring? When should one say dull and not droll? ...