jargon


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of this formal jargon were all taken from the French language.
Never had he heard such jargon of scholastic philosophy, such fine-drawn distinctions, such cross-fire of major and minor, proposition, syllogism, attack and refutation.
That's just the jargon of the courts," Razumihin put in.
It is expressed again in legal jargon, that is to say, with a too obvious display of the aim, and with a very naive eagerness.
BEING asked to "touch base" to talk about a "game changer" so you can "pick it up and run with it" are among the most annoying office jargon, a study shows.
Other pieces of office jargon that really grind an employee's gears include "results driven", "low-hanging fruit" and "streamline".
However, use of such jargon may actually make the writer look worse.
Rochelle Kopp and Steven Ganz know the value of startup jargon well.
18 April 2016 - US-based digital media services provider Giant Interactive has acquired California-based home video distribution company Jargon Technologies, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 18, 2016-Giant Interactive Acquires Home Video Distribution Firm Jargon Technologies
So hats off to Kirklees Citizens Advice and Law Centre for its attempt to demystify the jargon used by pension companies - 'uncrystallised funds pension lump sum' anyone?
Many cynics like me have continually criticised political jargon coming from our Chief Constable and the almost apologetic rhetoric of the Mickey Mouse police commissioner's office.