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verbiage

When the context involves a software or hardware system, this refers to documentation. This term borrows the connotations of mainstream "verbiage" to suggest that the documentation is of marginal utility and that the motives behind its production have little to do with the ostensible subject.
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Test out the designs and verbiage via focus groups and other consumer testing before going into production.
Table 1: A feisty girl: Interactions with Wybie Gesture and Screenplay co-text Gestural meaning co-occurring attitudinal meaning in language Segment 1: Episode 1 Coraline: I don't want Kinetic expressions: Verbiage: psycho-nerd being stalked, not by Emblem: Index finger Attitudinal meaning: psycho-nerds or their pointing at head, -ve Jud (Normality) cats.
* March 2017, State agency changes application certificate verbiage to "Permit"
They promise that the activities are tried and true, have been carefully thought through before being included in the book, and are presented using clear and concise verbiage. They are in sections on speech sound disorders: articulation, phonology, and apraxia; communicative intent; language disorders; social language and pragmatics; augmentative and alternative communication for complex communication needs; literacy; voice and fluency disorders; and behavior management technique.
Why not try a different subject because myself and lots of other people, who have written in praising the royal family, are sick and tired of your repetitious verbiage and would be very pleased if you changed the subject.
No amount of verbiage used by the Indian delegation can obfuscate this reality.
The sign shall include all necessary software for wireless programming and allow users to change verbiage remotely.
It's an experiment on humor, but one that puts context into what is otherwise needless verbiage.'
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Politicians will of course seek to frighten and intimidate leave voters with all manner of economic verbiage which doesn't amount to much more than a hill of beans.
Terence Davies' most mannered and least fulfilling work to date, "A Quiet Passion" boasts meticulous craft and ornate verbiage in abundance, but confines Cynthia Nixon's melancholia-stricken performance as Emily Dickinson In an emotional straitjacket of variously arch storytelling tones.
Guys is a trashy piece of transatlantic verbiage which has become currency via various American imported soaps and series.