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comment How to translate the German term “Selbstverständnis” with respect to organisations?
I like mission statement. I think I heard it before in a similar context but my brain didn't manage to make the connection. Unless somebody comes up with something better, I'm gonna go with that one. Also, I didn't want to use the word "ideology" for the stated reasons.
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comment Must cookies contain chocolate in BrE?
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comment Must cookies contain chocolate in BrE?
@ErikKowal: Wikipedia does
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comment Question about likely vulgar expressions
Where do you get from that the meaning of "to screw sb." has the same roots as "to screw sth. up". There are examples for both cases: compare "to fuck sth. up" (clear vulgar connection) and "to mess sth. up" (no apparent vulgar connection). You seem to imply "screw" to fall in the first category without giving the second a second thought.