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Off-topic: Interpretation of deliberately or accidentally ambiguous language A common example is asking whether a range given in a text (numeric range, date range) is inclusive or exclusive of the na …
answered Nov 2 '18 by Dan Bron
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Off-topic: Ghostwriting Ghostwriting should be explicitly noted as off-topic in the same bullet as proofreading (as its obverse). A good indicator that an OP wants ghostwriting is the phrase "What' …
answered Nov 2 '18 by Dan Bron
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Off-topic: interpretation of legalese We should absolutely not be offering users legal advice. Such questions should be directed to their attorney or, if of more general interest, to Law. These qu …
answered Nov 2 '18 by Dan Bron
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Nevermind, apparently the "blatantly off-topic" close-vote option was universally revoked sometime in 2013. There's still an option to flag questions as blatantly off-topic (hence that screenshot I w …
answered Aug 29 '15 by Dan Bron
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Here's what Wikipedia has to say about the status of the Scots language with respect to English: Because there are no universally accepted criteria for distinguishing languages from dialects, sc …
answered Jan 13 '17 by Dan Bron
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Common ground I originally commented this: You could ask on Writers, but I don't think you necessarily need to ask on StackExchange at all. This is covered by the general references on rhetorical …
answered Nov 29 '17 by Dan Bron