jargon
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yummychuckle thatw as one of my SAT words.
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cube In every field of endevour there is jargon: the technical terminology or characteristic idiom of a special activity or group (Websters).

To learn about a particular field or study is to learn it's jargon. The higher your aspirations, the more jargon there is to learn. Doctors, for example have a particularily difficult jargon because much of it is still rooted in Latin. Snowboardering jargon, on the other hand, can be picked in a day.

Read the trade publications and listen. You too can become an expert...
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phil jargon is using professional words. People love to use them in the wrong place, such as in a classroom, using "courtroom jargon". Or "computer jargon", talking about protocol and all sorts of nonsense when the teacher is explaining how to close a window. What a waste of time.
Rance loves jargon. Without it he would have to use his own sparse vocabulary to describe various computer parts.
Here jargon is detail words, about very specific models of products. There might be some common jargon, but rarely would anymore than lets say three people in a room together in one sitting, early in the morning, be able to keep straight all the jargon and be able to use it without fouling up.

Example of jargon I like to use would be:
Brush
Seems like a usual word, but has a whole other meaning only I and a hand full of computer geeks know.

Sometimes I'll start babbling to some poor chap. To me the word thingee several defintions and I am impossible to deal with. The big part the little part, the slow part, drop down, jumble up, I jsut make up jargon on the spot most of the time. But these words has so much more meaning, though it appears so simple.
Just randomly do things, and my jargon will change, do something else, and my jargon may stop. Like a giant wheel of luck.
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blown cherry We jump from jargon set to jargon set, just like frogs.
So far we haven't found a lilypad we couldn't share.

Except maybe that Jewish one, but I'm learning to balance on that one slowly.
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ferret kol is my jargon word, i found it a couple of nights ago. it means anything and everything, similar to thingy. but much better


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is my jargon phrase. it's used whenever i'm bored and don't know what to say.
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ferret kol is my jargon word, i found it a couple of nights ago. it means anything and everything, similar to thingy. but much better


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is my jargon phrase. it's used whenever i'm bored and don't know what to say.
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shivers jargon?
You silly dandies, i otta thought that you were aboove that typa thing... eh?
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