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Why are there no organisms with metal body parts, like weapons, bones, and armour? (Or are there?)
asked Jul 25 '13 at 2:44
“L’on y danse”: why the article “l’ ”?
asked Sep 8 '11 at 2:15
What would Kant do when two categorical imperatives conflict? Could he ever justify lying?
asked Jun 10 '11 at 1:46
Why do ablatives of the 3rd declension sometimes end on -e, at other times on -i?
asked Apr 5 '16 at 2:36
Does America have its Versions of U- and Non-U English?
asked Apr 12 '11 at 17:23
Where did Spanish get its /x/? Arabic influence?
asked Feb 17 '12 at 12:23
What is the origin of the -a in words like "collega, advena"?
asked Jan 14 '18 at 1:37
Wie sprechen die Salzburger den Namen ihrer Stadt aus?
asked Jun 1 '11 at 3:46
Are there any other neuter words of the second declension that end on -us than "virus"?
asked Jul 3 '16 at 23:29
What is the practical usefulness of post-modernist sociology à la Foucault, e.g. of the insight that "insanity is merely a label applied by society"?
asked Jun 11 '11 at 3:05
An Update to our Community and an Apology
How long can Moderator Resignation notices be featured?
How does the "Dalai Lama walks into a pizza shop..." joke work?
We need "assume good intent" back in the Code of Conduct
Official FAQ on gender pronouns and Code of Conduct changes
Why is there paternal, for fatherly, fraternal, for brotherly, but no similar word for sons?
Why should the first person pronoun 'I' always be capitalized?
Why use "need not" instead of "do not need to"?
Why do Wh question words in English so consistently map to Q words in Latin?
"There is/are more than one". What's the difference?
"firstly ... secondly ..." or "first ... second ... "?
Did English ever have a formal version of "you"?
Is there an alternative adjective to 'written' with an -al suffix?
Why do we say "was supposed to" for "should have"?
Politer word to refer to a 'cleaner'
Can one explain the different distributions of the Saxon and the analytic (Norman) (periphrastic, 'of') genitive
Is there a reason behind the ordering of letters in the English alphabet?
How do the rules of English inform understanding of one of our language's most disputed sentences?
Accusative equals nominative for neuter words – how universal is this and why?
If I farm, I'm a farmer. But if I guard, I'm a guard?
Explanation of "must needs"
What is the difference between an apocalypse and a cataclysm?
Why does the multi-paragraph quotation rule exist?
Using a comma before "but"
"supposed to" or "suppose to"?
Is "misconfigured" a word?
"X times as many as" or "X times more than"
What follows next in the sequence "unary, binary, ternary..."?
When did homosexuality become unacceptable in Europe?
Meaning of star/asterisk in linguistics