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Sample Page - Common Grammatical Mistakes

This Grammar eBook explores common grammatical mistakes people make. Buy this e-book now for $5.95 only! ...

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Sample Page - Rules on Punctuation

This Grammar eBook thoroughly explains the rules on properly using all punctuation marks. Buy this e-book now for $3.95 only! ...

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5 years ago

Sample Page - The Awful 'Like' Word

Download this free eBook. Send the file to all your contacts. The 'like' word threatens your career. Get this e-book now for FREE! ...

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Sample Page - Egg on Your Face

This Grammar eBook discusses the Top 25 Grammatical Mistakes. Buy this e-book now for $7.95 only! ...

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Sample Page - Build Your Vocabulary

Learn 406 words smart people should know. Ideal for those studying for college-entrance exams. Buy this e-book now for $7.95 only! ...

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5 years ago

promulgate - vocabulary

verb To make known through public declaration; formally proclaim; publish. Note: In law, we say that Congress enacted a statute. But we say that a federal agency promulgated a regulation. One need not be a Scientologist—as I emphatically am not—t...

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5 years ago

spurious - vocabulary

adjectiveNot genuine, authentic, or true; not from the pretended or proper source; counterfeit. Jargon is the verbal sleight of hand that makes the old hat seem newly fashionable; it gives an air of novelty and specious profundity to ideas that, if s...

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5 years ago

denouement - vocabulary

denouement - noun The final resolution of a plot or play; also used to describe the ultimate outcome of a doubtful series of events. A young professor I watched in action at one of our large eastern colleges used to stand with his back to the class a...

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5 years ago

venerable - vocabulary

adjectiveMeriting or commanding high esteem because of age or high dignity; impressive or interesting because of great age; hallowed or historic. Heaven and earth are grand; father and mother are venerable. —Chinese Proverb...

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5 years ago

infuse - vocabulary

verbTo instill, introduce, or inculcate principles or qualities, as if by pouring, as in The teacher infused new life into the classroom; to inspire or imbue (usually followed by with), as in The new coach infused the team with enthusiasm. “Oh yes,...

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5 years ago

Blockquote Test Page

Only Blockquote Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type spe...

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5 years ago

Sample Page

This is an example page. It's different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. It might say s...

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5 years ago

The “Like” Word Threatens Your Career

In my last blog, we looked at some grammar governing the use of the like word. Now let’s see what the experts have to say. As you’ll see, they mince no words. Overusing Like Threatens Your Career Consider the views of the experts: New Fowler By t...

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5 years ago

More on the Awful “Like” Word

In my last blog, I began my diatribe against the awful like word. In this edition, we’ll explore some grammar and see how the like word can serve as seven out of the eight parts of speech. Many children develop the like habit at very young ages. If...

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5 years ago

The Awful “Like” Word – Part I

If you have a “like” habit, the time has come: Break it. Many people cannot make it through a single sentence without scores of “I’m like” and “She was like” and “She’s all . . . .” For good measure, they throw in the like...

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5 years ago

Education vs. Experience: Where to Place What, Where on Your Resume

When it comes to deciding if you should place education before experience or vice versa on your resume, the truth of the matter is that it depends on a number of considerations. Regardless of how you proceed, however, you’ll need to do more tha...

added by dave_landry
5 years ago

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