I was interested in the following paragraph which appeared in an article titled “A New Gauge to See What’s Beyond Happiness" by John Tierney in The New York Times (May 16, 2011). “They wanted to ...
How popular is “sine qua non” in English? If I use it in day to day conversation, will I be scoffed at?
I saw the word “sine qua non” in the article of New York Times (October 12) written by Gail Collins under the title, “The Gift of Glib.” The article deals with the big Republican debate held in New ...
Are the phrases "in total" and "in toto" interchangeable, or is "in total" a corruption of "in toto"?