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Terminology is a system of terms belonging or peculiar to a science, art, or specialized subject, nomenclature.

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In both of your examples the phrase 'such as' means the same thing as 'for example'. It is not a conjunction but is probably a conjunctive adverb.
answered Feb 4 '15 by Dave Magner
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People often talk about 'hitting rock bottom' to describe the situation you're talking about. You might talk about an addict hitting rock bottom before they were motivated to improve their life. An …
answered May 29 '15 by Dave Magner
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It's probably reasonable to to say that it is a facet of inattention blindness. It's a factor of how our minds filter stimuli for consumption. I don't know if there is a more specific term that app …
answered Jun 30 '14 by Dave Magner
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In this context the word register essentially means to have your name entered into a list. The word enrollment means to be registered into some type of official list in some type of official capacity. …
answered Jan 30 '15 by Dave Magner