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Prowling the Prose – Writing Terminologies
“People say jargon is a bad thing, but it’s really a shortcut vocabulary professionals use to understand one another.” – Erin McKean Ah, here I am, the Whimsical Werecat, once again back on the prowl and ready to share my … Continue reading
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