PC-ism

PC-ism

/P-C-izm/ A piece of code or coding technique that takes advantage of the unprotected single-tasking environment in IBM PCs and the like, e.g. by busy-waiting on a hardware register, direct diddling of screen memory or using hard timing loops. Compare ill-behaved, vaxism, Unixism.
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Politically correct speech, or PC-ism, was supposedly invented to assist in ending racial, ethnic and yes, religious discrimination.
Forsaking PC-ism, these scouts are publicly questioning the NBA-type toughness of Jackson and Ridnour, only because they're vocal and visible Christians.
When evaluating Jackson and Ridnour, scouts should be conveying more than shallow PC-ism, but immeasurable optimism, particularly after looking at just a short list of athletes from "God's Squad": David Robinson, A.