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While answering a semantic-web-related question, I noticed there is a tag on StackOverflow that seems like a duplicate of . It has a strange, plural form, has no description and questions tagged with it match the other one very well.

I think it should be marked as a synonym or perhaps deleted (there aren't many questions tagged with it).

I don't have the ability to suggest a tag synonym, much less create one. Therefore, I thought I should write a question here so you, grown-ups can fix it.

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And shouldn't we have an automatic finder for these easily-to-find synonyms applying basic grammar rules like your example? – ajax333221 Aug 7 '12 at 19:20
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There, is dead. Long live the unicorns!

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That was a fast kill. Thanks :) – toniedzwiedz Aug 7 '12 at 19:22

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