Verbiage


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Verbiage

Business jargon added to a proposal or report to make it sound more impressive.
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For example, if a range comprises authentic imported Italian foods, retailers need to make sure they don't undersell products and instead create verbiage with an "element of romance to it," communicating authentic ingredients and the products' appeal to the "taste adventurer." Such verbiage should work with quality imagery to create a decadent brand image and draw in shoppers.
Putting aside the verbiage, Ms Miller clearly thought that it was OK for the public purse to fund the interest on her second home mortgage to the tune of PS45,000 and for us to suspend disbelief over her claim that her second home was not her family home while using it to permanently house her husband, children and parents and where she spent most of her time away from Parliament.
If you are getting sued on vendor contracts more regularly, perhaps the language or verbiage needs to be tweaked.
Now they have freed us from all that extra verbiage. Now with this important decision out of the way, maybe we can get to some of those lesser concerns like poverty and shortage of clergy and issues of abuse and meaningful preaching and how to be a good Christian and a good citizen.
This is why the stock verbiage of "treaty rights" and "self-determination" is seen as occupying the (often puritanical) domain of the constitutional scholar.
What you can't see (if you were able to read the verbiage on the stripe along the doors you would know something is different) that this is the Hybrid4all vehicle developed by Valeo (valeo.com).
You may need to shift your verbiage, layout or tone.
Yoyo's use of clear and concise verbiage makes it an adequate read for struggling readers and also readers that enjoy illustrations.
Our calling is to insure that a path between the mass of verbiage (I will not dignify some of it by calling it knowledge) and unrevised, unbiased, multiple, 'unpopular' history and scientific information is available.
But the updated software could allow it to respond to commands by using more natural verbiage, similar to Apple's Siri.
Useful for writers and public speakers seeking to spice up their craft with quirky verbiage and obscure references, the work is arranged for easy browsing and reference.
This is much food for thought as well as a fair amount of fashionable verbiage. (E.B.)