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Thus, in the late 1890s the English spelling of the cuisinic expression began to appear in North American print, and shortly thereafter, "kimchi" as a loanword appeared with staying power in Merriam-Webster's Dictionary.
com/words-at-play/the-less-lovely-side-of-snowflake) according to Merriam-Webster's dictionary .
The Warriors' editorial board notes that new words introduced into the Merriam-Webster's dictionary include hashtag, selfie and tweep.
Drane Simpson UTT, New Yourk Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Synonyms has this to say about naked: "When used with regard to persons and implying absence of clothing, the word is not uniform in its pictorial and emotional evocations; it may suggest many conditions, such as a state of nature and of physical beauty, a state of destitution and of pitiful suffering, a state of privacy and of admirable modesty or purity, a state of shameful publicity or of wanton exhibitionism.
In 2004, Merriam-Webster's dictionary users named it as one of their favorite words of the year.
Merriam-Webster's dictionary identifies one of several meanings of smart as mentally alert.
In our paper (Pfeiffer & Pinquart, 2011), we used the term segregated as "the separation for special treatment or observation of individuals or items from a larger group" (see, Merriam-Webster's Dictionary http://www.
Policy is secondarily defined by Merriam-Webster's dictionary as
Today nothing seems amiss concerning hip--hop's influence on music, Western culture, clothing, and the new hip-hop lingo that constantly pervades Merriam-Webster's Dictionary (think "bling-bling") each year.
He--and each of the 25 runners-up --will also receive a Mapman T-shirt and a Franklin Electronic Merriam-Webster's Dictionary.
By definition, a warranty is "a promise in a contract (as for a sale or lease) which states that the subject of the contract is as represented (as in being free from defective workmanship) and which gives the warrantee recourse against the warrantor" (Based on Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law, 1996).
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