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150 years of Express-News mastheads

You may be asking: what is a newspaper's masthead? According to Merriam-Webster, it is the name of a newspaper shown on the top of the first page, i.e., the stylized title of the paper that you see on page 01A. It will include the date and may ... MySanAntonio, 6 days ago

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Tech jargons that made it to the dictionary

Share this: A jargon is defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as a hybrid language or dialect simplified in vocabulary and grammar. It is used for communication among peoples of different speech. Though jargons are often regarded as broken ...
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How To Make Your Corporate Retreat One Employees Actually Want to Attend

ByBeck Bamberger Maybe it's the word retreat itself. According to Merriam-Webster, the first definition of the noun retreat is: movement by soldiers away from an enemy because the enemy is winning or has won a battle. Only secondary definitions ...
 Forbes.com1 week ago

Video Conferencing Growth to Remain Stagnant as Cloud Solutions Surge

One of the definitions Merriam-Webster gives for agile is - having a quick resourceful and adaptable character - qualities which seem to elude companies as they get larger. This has resulted in organizations with the resources to capitalize on new ...
 TMC Net1 week ago
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OPEC vs. U.S.: Who will blink first on oil?

What is weighing oil prices down? NEW YORK The Merriam-Webster dictionary offers this definition for the word capitulate: "to stop fighting an enemy or opponent; to admit that an enemy or opponent has won." I'm not sure who oil companies are ...
 CNN Money1 month ago Crude Oil Beat Down Continues: Who Will Capitulate First?  Motley Fool1 month ago
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2014 in Two Words: "Culture" and "Vape"?

What were the words of the year for 2014? If one were to believe the Merriam- Webster and Oxford dictionaries respectively, they were "culture" and "vape". Call us skeptical. But, based upon our totally unscientific and non-random survey of the ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Are you a modern wordsmith? Take the test here!  Times of India2 months ago 2014 Review: The buzzwords  Research Magazine2 months ago

Practical? Or Meddling, Very Busy, and Impertinent?

Earlier this week, with his deep dive into Merriam-Webster , Stefan Fatsis went to great lengths to explore the future of words. Or, more accurately, the future of defining words. In the video above, we consider the past and present of one word in ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago

Opinions Versus Opinionated

I have opinions! Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary defines opinion as: "A view, judgment, or appraisal formed in the mind about a particular matter." In describing how "opinion" is used, Webster says, "Opinion implies a conclusion thought out ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
Advertising Age

Marketers: Culture is Critical to Customer Engagement in 2015

It's no coincidence that in a year when "culture" was named Merriam-Webster's word of the year, the success of brands is increasingly being measured by their ability to gain cultural traction. This year, as the marketing landscape continues to ...
 Advertising Age1 month ago
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The art of the travel writer: Q&A with Paul Theroux

Travel verb \\ˈtra-vəl\\ : to go on a trip or journey: to go to a place and especially one that is far away—Merriam Webster Dictionary Travel verb \\ˈtra-vəl\\ : to proceed or advance in any way—www.dictionary.reference.com Travel verb ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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