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A request to add one tag as the synonym of another tag. Please be specific about which tag should be a synonym of which. Bidirectional synonyms and cycles are implicitly disallowed, so suggest wisely.

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What to do about [mystery] and [situation]?

I've been doing some tag wiki/excerpt edits recently. While doing so I realized that I really don't know the difference between mystery and situation. Neither do the tag excerpts. situation: A puzzle ...
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Tag synonym of [number-theory]

I have proposed diophantine as a synonym of number-theory. Here is the link to it. Please vote for it.
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What's the difference between the tags [arithmetic] and [calculation-puzzle]?

I was seeking into tags until I found these tags: calculation-puzzle which states "A puzzle that involves numerical calculations, such as multiplication and addition." arithmetic which states: "...
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Merge [enigmatic] and [enigmatic-puzzle] tags

The title says it all. I don't even think I have to explain. enigmatic-puzzle enigmatic While we're at it, also merge music and song
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Tag merge: [Time] and [Timings]

I don't think that there is any difference between these two tag. : time and timings. So can we merge these two tags?
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Tag merge: [sequence] and [series]

Can we merge series (2 questions) with sequence (12)? Because we don't really need both of 'em.
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Should we merge 'math' and 'maths' into 'mathematics'? [duplicate]

As a speaker of British English, I will always put the 's' in 'maths' if I am typing. However, you Americans believe the correct spelling is math. This can be annoying for speakers of British English ...
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