Relating to the question I asked earlier, I've gone through all stackoverflow questions tagged with as and retagged them, because the tag is very ambiguous (see link to question above). In the process I realized that none of the questions needed the tag, because all of them really meant something else and there was another tag to replace it. As a result, the as tag is now empty. Should we close it? I personally don't have enough reputation to vote on it, but I think this would avoid a lot of confusion in the future.
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closed as off-topic by CRABOLO, nicael, Aziz Shaikh, gnat, doppelgreener Dec 30 '14 at 9:51
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A two letter tag doesn't seem a good tag, anyway, as it could be used in different contexts, with different meanings.
Blocking it seems a little excessive. We should decide to use the tag in just a case, and report the correct meaning of the tag in its wiki. If the tag doesn't have a wiki, and it's used in different contexts with different meanings, then it would get misused.