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The debate on “Uptalking”

Having read Marybeth Seitz-Brown’s essay on linguistics and “uptalk” on Slate, I can say she is correct on every point except one: communicating WITH her audience. Years ago, I traveled to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan to help sell a marketing concept to audiences who mostly spoke english. Fortunately, beforehand I’d done some homework, and […]

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Angelina Jolie – Cult of Personality

After reading all the hubbub about her vamping and hanging that ham bone out there for the world to adore, pharm we had a little fun. This seems more apropos. Medication errors can happen anywhere, but mistakes in dispensing remedies injure thousands of people a year. Several medicaments are antifungal medicines. As sure as a […]

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