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pigeonhole (as a verb). Pigeonholing is a process that attempts to classify disparate entities into a limited number of categories (usually, mutually exclusive ones). The term usually car …
answered Feb 8 by L. Scott Johnson
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If you want complete absence of methodology, one could find the solution by throwing everything against the wall and seeing what sticks (although brute force is more applicable to your puzzle example …
answered Jul 17 '18 by L. Scott Johnson
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A narcissist is an archetypical example of such a person. I'm not sure if every instance of projection is necessarily evidence of narcissism, though. See https://www.learning-mind.com/what-is-psychol …
answered Dec 21 '18 by L. Scott Johnson
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When discussing the issue as a comparative between the sexes on public transportation, one Slate writer used the term legroom-encroaching jerk So it seems that men and women alike prefer to travel …
answered Jul 27 '18 by L. Scott Johnson
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fubar -- This is fubar. (An acronym originating in the military for such bureaucratic impedance to efficiency.) It's similar to snafu, but more emphatic.
answered Sep 20 '18 by L. Scott Johnson