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Monthly Archives: January 2012
“The same folk you meet going up, may be the same folk you’ll need coming down.” Pam Cross Be mindful of how you treat people, daily. Advertisements
If you are taking courses or instruction that are specifically designed to give you useful skills in a certain profession or job, this may be Vocational ((vo ca tion al) adj.) training. Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say. Know … Continue reading
If a company reports they have a Zero- Sum, n., after a financial reporting period, they are saying their gains and losses offset, and there is no profit. Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say. Know what they’re saying.
If you ask a florist about the price of a Boutonniere ((bou ton niere) n.) a lapel flower,), you might be planning a formal gathering where formal dress is required. Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say, and spell it correctly!
Inflation (in fla tion) n., an increase in the supply of currency or credit relative to the availability of goods and services, resulting in higher prices and a decrease in the purchasing power of money. In other words, “A dollar don’t buy what … Continue reading
Hodge podge (hodge podge) n., a heterogeneous (consisting of dissimilar ingredients) mixture; jumble. Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say, and have fun with it.
If you are having a Harrowing ((har’ row ing) adj.,) experience, one might say you are in a distressing situation. Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say. Know what you’re saying!