Contact Us: Email
I do not respond to queries about individual words or phrases via email.
If you have a question or questions about specific words or phrases, please post them to the discussion board. I will respond to questions posted to the discussion board. Plus, there are many others who will happily respond as well. So you will likely get a response much faster than you would by asking me alone.
You are welcome to with comments about the site. I appreciate and enjoy any comments you have, ranging from praise (always nice to get), to suggestions for new content, to corrections of typos, and anything in between. Unfortunately, due to the volume of email I receive I cannot guarantee a response to every message, but rest assured I do read them.
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If you have an issue with the content on this site, the best way to communicate this is by leaving a comment on the appropriate page or by posting a notice in the discussion forums.
Please, let us know about typos or other errors in the pages. General comments are also welcome.
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