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Has Barclays PLC Lost Its Mojo?
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Has Barclays PLC Lost Its Mojo?

A 'mojo' is described as 'a magic charm, talisman or spell' in the Oxford English Dictionary. While Barclays (LSE: BARC) may never have enjoyed a mythical status, it did seem to have a great deal more swagger in previous years when, under the ... Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland, 4 days ago

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IK has added more amp profiles and features to AmpliTube. Lose It!adds New Zealand foods to its database — The world's most popular app-based weight loss program has launched in New Zealand with a database containing millions of foods and ...
 Mac-nz6 days ago Back to Basics: Learning Hashtag Best Practices  TMC Net1 week ago Listening In: A Prayer of a Survivor  Evangelical Covenant Church1 week ago The real Father of Karachi  DAWN Group2 weeks ago

Life's Most Embarrassing Moments, By Stephen P D'Souza, Melbourne, Australia

The term 'embarrassment' in the Oxford English Dictionary is defined as 'a feeling of self-consciousness, shame or awkwardness.' It's an emotional state of intense discomfort with oneself, experienced upon having a socially unacceptable act or ...
 Daijiworldcom4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Man Utd's exercise in mimicry pays off against rivals Liverpool

Mimicry, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is "the action or skill of imitating someone or something, especially in order to entertain or ridicule". If any one of boring, lacklustre or uninspired could be used to describe the first half ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Financial Director

Rearranging the Alphabet

GOOGLE has been a verb in the Oxford English Dictionary since 2006, has a market cap in the region of $445bn (£393bn) and deals with a hundred billion searches every month. But in the years since the search engine launched, Apple that other tech ...
 Financial Director3 weeks ago What else does Google's Alphabet do?  MSN Philippines2 months ago

'Being a goth helped me fit in'

In the Oxford English Dictionary a goth is defined as "a member of a subculture favouring black clothing, white and black make-up and goth music". The group is in the news because a study suggests young people who identify themselves as part of ...
 BBC1 month ago

Grexit, manspreading are now officially words

Oxford Dictionaries is adding some new, trendy words to its account of the English language. Use those some of words in a sentence, you say? Ok. John butt dialed his bruh while manspreading at a cat cafe where he was soothing his Grexit worries ...
 Fortune1 month ago Can You Use That In A Sentence?: Dictionary Adds New Words  Northern Public Radio1 month ago The Limits of Language  Slate Magazine1 month ago

Gender-Neutral Title Mx Added to 'Oxford English Dictionary'

The Oxford English Dictionary announced today that the title Mx (a gender neutral form of Mr., Ms., Mrs., or Miss) has been inducted into its official lexicon. Its addition is intended to reflect "today's more thoughtful conversations about gender ...
 Gay.com1 month ago Gender-Neutral Title Mx Added to Oxford English Dictionary  Gay.com1 month ago
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This Week in the Future

(Before It's News) It normally takes at least 10 years of consecutive use for a word to appear in the Oxford English Dictionary, but like everything else nowadays things happens fast. Last week the word Tweet was accepted as both a verb and noun, ...
 Before It's News3 days ago Boy takes selfie every day for 8 years  Mother Nature Network1 week ago Watch a Kid Who Took a Selfie Every Day Starting at 12 Years Old Grow Up Before Your Eyes in This Video  Blaze.com1 week ago
Law Society Gazette

Vendetta against local councillors

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) defines vendetta as a family blood-feud, usually of a hereditary character… customary among the inhabitants of Corsica and parts of Italy. However, the OED also recognises that a vendetta can by extension ...
 Law Society Gazette1 month ago
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