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12 March 2008


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Posted by Alan Childress It is standard advice in legal writing and advocacy to avoid wishy-washies like I think or I believe. * That's also good advice when prepping one's speaking skills to be used in the job search and [Read More]


Brad Shorr

Thanks for mentioning my vocabulary test. I have trouble remembering what some of them mean myself, and I wrote posts on each one of them.


You seem to be trying to flatter your visitors with small vocabularies. Why not just tell them they have work to do?


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