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comment What is the difference between “neurologic” and “neurological”?
Very cool J.R.! I didn't even know Google Ngram existed! I added "neurologic toxicity" & "neurological toxicity" to the search here & found that neurologic toxicity is more commonly used, so it appears to be context-specific.
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comment What is the difference between “neurologic” and “neurological”?
Thanks for the research, it didn't occur to me to search for prevalence on pubmed. I think I have a personal preference for "neurologic" just because it is shorter. If the 2 words mean the same thing & "neurologic" saves space & keystrokes, why not use it?
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comment What is the difference between “neurologic” and “neurological”?
Interesting. I work in Pharmacy & often see both. In newer materials, I feel as though I see neurologic much more frequently than neurological.
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asked What is the difference between “neurologic” and “neurological”?
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comment A word for showing a bit of anger that you are not satisfied with what is offered?
"1,000$ a month? I resent that! What do you think I'm doing here, flipping burgers?"
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comment A word for showing a bit of anger that you are not satisfied with what is offered?
In American English this is a cliché used by teenagers and such who are often thought of as complaining excessively and in an immature manner.
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answered A word for showing a bit of anger that you are not satisfied with what is offered?