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From: goldworldnet2/11/2019 3:53:19 PM
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synergy -- definition



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To: DMaA who wrote (56)2/11/2019 4:10:30 PM
From: goldworldnet
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Pronunciation is quite diverse. I was born in Alabama and raised in Texas. When I lived in Minnesota, my accent was unmistakable. Some liked it and others not so much. Personally, my recorded voice isn't appealing to me at all.

I do like how Georgia girls sound. <g>

Best -- Josh :)

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To: DMaA who wrote (56)2/11/2019 4:41:35 PM
From: Tom Clarke
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The word “evocative” is evocative.

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To: goldworldnet who wrote (58)2/11/2019 5:07:32 PM
From: DMaA
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my recorded voice isn't appealing to me at all.

I sound like Kermit The Frog.

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To: DMaA who wrote (60)2/11/2019 5:45:30 PM
From: goldworldnet
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You probably don't sound as bad as you think to others. Our recorded voice is nothing like what we sound like to ourselves. That's why most people are uncomfortable with their own recorded voice.

Josh

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From: goldworldnet2/11/2019 7:19:35 PM
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innocuous -- boring also imo



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To: goldworldnet who wrote (62)2/12/2019 11:07:09 AM
From: Tom Clarke
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Can we talk about words we don't like? Never liked 'proactive', and 'wellness' is beginning to grate on me too. Saw them used in conjunction today on the cover of a magazine at the grocery store - 'proactive wellness.'

I suppose the terms are rather innocuous but for some reason they irritate me.

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To: Tom Clarke who wrote (63)2/12/2019 11:15:01 AM
From: DMaA
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Words we don't like.

Choices. We need to start making good choices. It just raised my hackles.

Hackles, there's a good word.

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To: DMaA who wrote (64)2/12/2019 11:19:31 AM
From: Tom Clarke
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Mindful choices. Practice mindfulness.

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To: Tom Clarke who wrote (63)2/12/2019 12:16:19 PM
From: goldworldnet
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According to Merriam-Webster proactive was first used in 1933.

More recently there is pro-life (1960) and pro-choice (1973).

Wellness is much older and dates back to 1653.

Josh

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