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I support this proposal: we should get rid of the grammar tag, and we should blacklist it so that it cannot be recreated. It does not help anything.


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I think British English (BrE) is the official name for a family of dialects, accents, etc, of English and isn't a synonym for Standard English or Received Pronunciation. Example, in the Cambridge Grammar of the English Language, Chapter 1, section 3.1.2, a footnote says: some English-speaking Caribbean countries have rhotic accents and yet belong to the ...


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A question that has been migrated from another site and then closed counts as a rejected migration and will be automatically locked. At the same time, the question is unlocked (but not reopened) on the original site. MSO has an outstanding (as in not completed) request to display the lock banner. Given that the OP in both cases never created an account on ...


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Unwords they are not, for even words that may have recently come to be perceived as taboo by certain groups or in certain contexts under the cyclic grind of the euphemism treadmill remain words nonetheless.


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I would suggest using synonyms and possibly word-choice.


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I'm going to suck up the downvotes, just so I can post this as an answer (stolen without remorse from one of @JoeBlow's answers):


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