Prasad Shrivatsa
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What's the antonym of "prioritize"?
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How about overlook, disorganize, or neglect?

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I don't understand this quote
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In my opinion, what Samuel Taylor Coleridge means is, talent being a natural ability or quality can be inherited, that is, it can be passed on from parents to their children, but genius which is an ...

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Is there any word for a person who ruins magician's trick?
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How about a spoiler or a heckler? Edit: There is also a Wiki article that says: 'exposure in magic refers to the practice of revealing the secrets of how magic tricks are performed'. I am not ...

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The difference beetween 'nasty' and 'horrible' or 'terrible'
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'Nasty' usually means offensive or even malicious (while speaking of persons). But I guess 'nasty' is sometimes used as a synonym for 'horrible' too. Thesaurus.com lists 'horrible' (also 'terrible' in ...

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Polite way to inform that there is no need to reply (business language)
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I would say it this way: "This is just a friendly reminder to update ticket. You need not reply to this email."

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