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accepted What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
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comment What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
Yes. seems I helped myself with Google.
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revised What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
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reviewed Approve What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
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comment What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
I've added an example which I could find in the net.
May
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asked What is the meaning of the phrase 'word of hand'?
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Apr
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accepted “Life is short. Work somewhere awesome.” Is it ambiguous?
Apr
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comment “Life is short. Work somewhere awesome.” Is it ambiguous?
Thx. Do you find this slogan good enough or you would better change it to something else to motivate people to stay at company feeling that it is best awesome place to be?
Apr
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comment “Life is short. Work somewhere awesome.” Is it ambiguous?
The irony is that that was put just after some partial layoff. I just thought that my cognitive context is shifted and a can see something else.
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comment How to answer a negative question without ambiguity?
In Russian you may answer: "yes no, maybe" That means: "no". That does not make things clearer, it is polite way to say "no", but that's interesting option to answer.
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revised Is this expression correct “The exercise consist of making something”?
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