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What is your pick? Which word comes to your mind first? Appraisalappraise or apprise? I am willing to stick my neck out and  say that most of the readers’ choice would be appraisal. The choice is not surprising. With almost everyone having a stake in appraisal system in the workplace, the choice is hardly unexpected. The word ‘appraisal’ has come under sharper focus after the downturn in the world economy and the rewards and benefits pie becoming more and more dearer and thinner.

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Here is the definition of penury:

definition of penury

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Here is the definition of expatriate:

definition of expatriate

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Here is the definition of chutzpah:

definition of chutzpah

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Credulous is sometimes incorrectly used in place of credible. Actually, the BeeDictionary lists one of the meanings of credible as credulous. But the dictionary cautions that such usage would be inappropriate and credulous would be a better choice.

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