Deliciously acronymed and jargonised
by policy wonks as NSA, these people fall within the definition of terrorists and since they are based on Pakistan's soil, the State of Pakistan is by default peddling terror as state policy.
Clr Asif suggested an easily navigable system whereby parents could avoid "jargonised
" content and which presented multiple reports simply and clearly.
Many users who are avid investors but unable to understand the jargonised
language and terms such as NAV, dividend reinvestment and so on, have to depend upon advisors and third parties for their investment needs.
And now the (officially denied) attempt to close down the important Salisbury School in Nelson--invoking the jargonised
ephemera of a "wrap-around" system where nothing changes.
Information gatherers and reviewers, perhaps, more widely understood under the KISS principle (keep it simple, stupid) so that the public is not left wondering, but then NCI is probably a better acronym and in this "jargonised
" world, who really gives a two-penny fig, I suppose.
During the 90-minute interview, 43-year-old Rahul faced a volley of rapid-fire 100 pointed questions, most of which he ducked by avoiding direct answers or by resorting to jargonised
rhetoric he often repeats in his speeches.
In his book Words and Buildings: A Vocabulary of Modern Architecture (2004), Adrian Forty, professor of the history of architecture at London's Bartlett School of Architecture, describes the origins of the now jargonised
terms 'context', 'contextual' and 'cortextualism'.
To read the classic text Soul on Ice, the first to utter the now heavily jargonised
phrase: "When confronted with a logical impossibility, you have the choice to be part of the problem or part of the solution." Before Berkeley, I never marched with the processions carrying placards.
66-67), the jargonised
use of the concept of social capital (p.
begging bowl says sponsorship could form part of donors' ``Corporate Social Responsibility Programme''.It makes donors look good,apparently.
CERTAIN specialist sports really lend themselves to online coverage, and the Tour de France, which began on July 5, is a shining example of the sort of amorphous, jargonised
event that can suddenly begin to make sense with a bit of surfing.
Apparently the MP is to be on the weekly information list to be told about a whole host of bureaucratic, jargonised
, parameters, indicators, bed occupancy, delayed discharges, red alerts and yellow two alerts.