[OC] Frequency of compound insults (e.g. "poophead", "scumwad") in Reddit comments, organized by prefix and suffix

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  • pejorative-compounds

    Analysing patterns in English noun-noun pejorative compounds on Reddit

    Nope, it has to match the full token, not just a substring. A substantial portion of the "assass" comments come from people using an odd abbreviation of "assassin". Others are just wordplay, or people being weird in various ways. (If anyone wants to read more about the data collection process, the code and documentation are here).

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    libass is a portable subtitle renderer for the ASS/SSA (Advanced Substation Alpha/Substation Alpha) subtitle format.

    Does `libass` come from: https://github.com/libass/libass?

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