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Enquire and inquire are two of the most commonly confused words in our English language. Actually it would be interesting to note that these two words are the same, except that they both hail from different places – America and Britain.

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Recently, the highly secure email service, Lavabit, shut down. It is said that Edward Snowden was probably using Lavabit’s email service while he was holed up in Moscow airport. It is believed that Lavabit came under scrutiny and committed Corporate Seppuku.

So what is Corporate Seppuku?

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Here is the definition of furlough:

definition of furlough

Now is the chance for you to show the world how well you can use the word furlough in a sentence. Add your usages as part of your comments. If our experts approve, we will publish your usage in BeeDictionary.

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Andrew O’Connell, in his blog in Harvard Business Review, writes that there is a significant shift in the Americans’ choice of first person pronouns in the past three decades: the usage of I has overtaken the usage of we, the usage of me has overtaken the usage of us. This is based on anal...

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All the languages that we use to communicate contain words that have been borrowed from other languages.  This can be easily noted with the way the words are pronounced and written. English is also a language that has many borrowed words, some of which we fail to realize unless specified by one.

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