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Title Author Type Date Words
Words Matter. Olson, DaiWai M. Editorial Aug 1, 2018 638
Breaking Down SMR Codes: PACLZA KAOZAG XDOOK. Nov 1, 2015 1054
Gertrude Stein, Facebook, and the NEFWG. Fleming, Bruce (American college teacher) Essay Mar 22, 2015 5271
Dialectic of deceit. Madrigal-Dersch, Juliette Essay Sep 22, 2013 1433
Watercooler: corporate jargon is out of control. Streets, Julia Jun 1, 2013 767
Jargon buster. Pearson, Andy Dec 1, 2012 691
Election speak. Cover story Sep 3, 2012 950
Speaking of (and for) science. Dec 22, 2011 517
The right word: notes toward a glossary of 21st-century conservatism. Powers, John Nov 1, 2011 1785
Recognition of library terms and concepts by undergraduate students. Adedibu, Lydia Ola; Ajala, Isaac Olugbenga Report Jan 1, 2011 3899
Medslang. Morice, Dave Brief article Nov 1, 2009 390
WordBuzz: open dictionary. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 106
Trading language. Mar 1, 2009 461
Study identifies use of medical jargon in cancer screening counseling. McBride, Deborah Brief article Jan 1, 2009 202
Shalem: city or safely? Cohn, Herbert Apr 1, 2008 906
Jargon is one big turn-off for irritated managers. Nov 19, 2007 101
Jargon jars with bosses. Nov 16, 2007 93
Bill Lucas: Bill Lucas says what he really means about jargon. Lucas, Bill Viewpoint essay Nov 1, 2007 716
Explaining some more eco jargon. Jul 3, 2007 293
Big end for AA jargon. Jun 30, 2007 93
Tic takes the jargon out of technology. Apr 23, 2007 196
Good chance to Clear out the jargon. Mar 31, 2007 696
Motorists baffled by repairs jargon. Feb 26, 2007 95
Good chance to Clear out the jargon. Feb 24, 2007 692
Bosses told to 'sunset' their blue sky jargon. Jan 3, 2007 191
Park that jargon. Jan 3, 2007 190
Park that jargon. Jan 3, 2007 190
Stop the jargon, managers told. Nov 8, 2006 320
DIGEST: Ramping up the jargon. Nov 6, 2006 102
Computer jargon stops bosses from embracing technology. Sep 19, 2006 408
Small firms are blinded by jargon, says study. Sep 12, 2006 350
Schools are becoming obsessed with jargon, but I still don't give an FS about SATs. Sep 8, 2006 218
WHAT'S SATs MEAN? Jargon puzzles parents. Sep 6, 2006 168
A simple guide to medical Jargon: here's how to speak and understand more of the language your doctors use. Jul 1, 2006 1519
Think before you verb: buzzwords have a place, but too many--or those that are too strange--can put off your readers. Khodarahmi, Sue Mar 1, 2006 913
UK office workers left confused by IT jargon, says Computer People. Brief Article Sep 23, 2005 226
Buzz off with those buzzwords. Apr 1, 2005 340
Cutting through the edu-talk gobbledly-gook. Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 106
Paperless health care. Silverman, Jennifer Brief Article Aug 1, 2003 106
Say something different: Too much writing consists of tired, overused phrases. (Mastering the Arts). Jul 1, 2003 829
Are you FOBIO? (End Note). Jan 1, 2003 401
Expert and Novice Teachers Talking Technology: Precepts, Concepts, and Misconcepts. Meskill, Carla; Mossop, Jonathan; DiAngelo, Stephen; Pasquale, Rosalie K. Sep 1, 2002 5937
Belay My Last. Desilets, Dave Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 660
What a Racquet! Holmes, Brad Apr 1, 2001 224
Digital How-to. Bowen, Charles Brief Article Jan 8, 2001 596
How to be careful and still be clear. Danziger, Elizabeth Jan 1, 2001 2650
Not Grabbing the Non-Low-Hanging Fruit. QUEENAN, JOE Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 710
Too Trite and So True. Robertson, Lori Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 737
Cut the jar gon: It has become a public relations nighmare leading to misinformation, disinformation and misunderstanding by journalists, customers and the public. Lowery, Joan Oct 1, 2000 2540
Is the Bottom Line Always South? Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 271
Wanted: A Better Way to Refer To Alternative Medicine. JANCIN, BRUCE Jan 15, 2000 304
Language and lost credibility. LaRocque, Paula Nov 1, 1999 916
Techno-Jargon. Statistical Data Included Sep 1, 1999 551
"Gender": not just a harmless term. Brief Article Jun 1, 1999 192
This wrap is a bomb. Weiner, Richard Dec 1, 1997 1739
"Nation" and "nationalism": the misuse of key concepts in political science. Barrington, Lowell W. Dec 1, 1997 5033
Leaving women out in left field: sports metaphors, women, and legal discourse. Archer, Maureen; Cohen, Ronnie Sep 22, 1997 3773
Mantra and meanings. Wilson, Elisabeth Mary Jul 1, 1997 4221
Buzzwords of civic journalism appear in 'Post.' (St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Corrigan, Don Jun 1, 1997 2630
A barrage of buzzwords. Kreyche, Gerald F. Column Jan 1, 1997 905
Progress: what journalists hope has occurred. Hamilton, John Maxwell; Yemma, John May 1, 1996 1536
What's in a word? Garet, Barbara Mar 1, 1995 1564
Lifestyle. Erwin, Robert Jan 1, 1994 4102
Words are what you make of them. Kreyche, Gerald F. Column Nov 1, 1993 863
Stupid terms we love to hate. Kirvan, Paul Column Sep 1, 1993 891
Memory management in PCs: the eighteen most misunderstood acronyms. Forgione, Dana; Smith, L. Murphy Sep 1, 1993 1004
Eliminate jargon? Dream on! Allison, Nancy Aug 1, 1993 1373
Puzzlements. Knoll, Erwin Editorial Jan 1, 1993 751
Jargon. Nadziejka, David E. Column Nov 1, 1992 1631
Term talk. Nadziejka, David E. Aug 1, 1992 1085
Nancy's wordsmithy. Allison, Nancy Aug 1, 1992 1549
The last generalists. Hart, Jack Column May 23, 1992 846
A layman's view of "Telepress." (telecommunications in publishing, includes related article by Gail Walls) DeYoung, Bruce Feb 1, 1992 768
Minority report. Hitchens, Christopher Column Oct 21, 1991 1010
Don't be intimidated by marketing mumbo jumbo. Warden, T. Jerry column Jun 1, 1991 751
Briefingspeak. Black, George editorial Mar 11, 1991 844

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