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Accessibility vs Discrimination I removed your pictures of text and requested an actual citation in their stead because text should be represented as text, not as pictures. It all comes down to accessibility. We’re trying to be accessible to as broad an audience as possible here. To that end, please do not post pictures of textual citations. Those cannot ...


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One-word answers are definitely not acceptable. (In fact, the software doesn't even allow them). A question that is formulated in a way that seems to call for a one-word answer may need some improvement. For example, if you are unsure what kind of answer the questioner really wants, you might post a comment asking for more detail about the problem or vote ...


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As to what are reliable resources, the meta question What good reference works on English are Available gives many resources, often with some comment about their reliability and quality. Note that it is only a list of suggested resources and is not like an official Scrabble dictionary-like 'only accepted' authority. Even if not in doubt it is often good ...


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The answer to your question is found immediately below the question itself. protected by RegDwigнt♦ Jan 1 '13 at 13:46 This question is protected to prevent "thanks!", "me too!", or spam answers by new users. To answer it, you must have earned at least 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). I can see you have not earned ...


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No, comment-answers should not be flagged for moderator attention. This is a problem that can be solved by regular community members. Incorporate the information from the comment into a proper answer, then flag the comment as no longer needed. Comments are not answers, so a comment should not prevent you from answering a question that meets ELU’s quality ...


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