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Discussion Topic  RE: Innovation (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Innovation (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Innovative is almost always an improvement on something. However, it is hard to come up with someth......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What's the word for....? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I was going from homo = same, logos = word, but that didn't really capture it. What I was going for......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What's the word for....? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
My initial gut feeling is homologue(homolog)?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: The world's funniest joke? (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
Nope, lower case is correct, although I can see why it is confusing, as the mathematician in questio......
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by Seanahan
I usually say "Let's get lunch", or even "Let's go to lunch". I probably also say "have lunch", but......
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Discussion Topic  RE: The world's funniest joke? (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
For the record, I doubt any of you will get this joke. You are the lucky ones. Those who get this ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Etymology of "counting" terms (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Wow, they reminds me of many a diagram straight out of a linguistics text. Find which languages are......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Euphemisms make a mulligan for wrecklessness. (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Not a golfer, only watched a few times on television, and obviously there is no talk of Mulligans in......
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Discussion Topic  RE: The Common Man (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
Babylon 5 has a great word "Lurker". It was used to describe the homeless, poor, stranded people wh......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accents: "protest" and "contest" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accents: "protest" and "contest" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Maybe it is because I'm from the Mid-West, but I'll say protest either way. If I was to say "I prot......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hash it out (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
On a related note, does anyone know where the computer science concept of a "hashing function" comes......
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Poll  RE: Pronunciation of "schadenfreude" (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Here is how I pronounce it. Wait, I don't think I've ever actually said this word. Read it many ti......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Varieties of Written Works (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
To me that is the definition of Science Fiction. And the current accepted term for Asimov is "hard ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Mixed roots (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
It seems that doctors tend to use the Greek more often....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Varieties of Written Works (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
I never really thought of I, Robot as a "think piece". In fact, I've read almost all(all the ones p......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Varieties of Written Works (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
I've heard Bildungsroman used as an antonym for In Media Res, but I'm not sure if this is correct. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: winkelhake (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Completely fabricated account of how Winkelhake has those two meanings. A German fenc ebuilder name......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Varieties of Written Works (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
Citizen Kane is what I immediately thought of. No explanation should be necessary for this one. An......
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