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I'm an analyst web developer and development consultant on Microsoft technologies. My main focus is in Asp.net MVC, CSS3, HTML5, Javascript, jQuery, C#, and T-SQL. I'm a contractor by nature working around EU.


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comment Meaning of word “ford” in combination with “hurdle”
@TimLymington: True. Didn't do too much research. I tried putting this sentence in Google translate to my language and it came out with no usable result. But even though I can see the definition (shallow section of a river where one can cross it) it doesn't make too much sense as ford and hurdle here seem to contradict each other. So if a ford is hurdled it's not a ford any more, is it?
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comment What is the object called that does the activity of collapsing — “collapser” or “collapsor”?
And just for the record: accordion is a whole collapsing control not just action element that does collapsing/expansion. So one can't really say: clicking on accordion expands details section but should rather say: clicking on section collapser expands details section.
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comment What is the object called that does the activity of collapsing — “collapser” or “collapsor”?
@jk. Screenshot is a no go, but an example description of such interface has been added to my question. From the example it's quite obvious that this is not an accordion as you suggested in your answer. It's just a collapsible section with an action element that performs collapsing/expansion.
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