Fail. You forgot to ask him if he has the needful 27 decades of experience in JavaNetScript+-+- 38.
If you mean "User Acceptance Testing", it was around before most uxtards were born.
Anyone caught cheating should be transferred to the MBA program.
Those who can cheat without getting caught are probably already on it.
You're very clever, ho ho.
However I've seen plenty of stories here that used an acronym with more than one meaning, and even in context it wasn't immediately clear which one it was referring to.
If you're Stephen King a bit of mystery is fine. If you're trying to write a factual article it's just annoying.
He's probably smart enough to know where to put an apostrophe. And where not to.
If it's a test of English, you should probably hold on to your money.
I've lived in Belgium, and I've never ever heard or seen a reference to "Belgian Dutch", which still isn't the same as "Belgian". On bilingual websites it's "nederlands" or "vlaams".
Why do Americans thing they know everything about countries they couldn't even point to on a map?
That's Flemish, you stupid prick.
Liberal arts majors on the outside never have to deal with nuanced and subtle issues like that.
Either the customer wants fries with that, or he doesn't.
A team can simply have a "external liaison" hat that somebody has to wear, and whoever is currently assigned that function does the "explaining to the suits what is possible and what isn't."
Looks like they should take it in turns to act as a sort of executive officer for the week.
Do you think that all the decisions of that officer should be ratified at a special bi-weekly meeting?
When referring to people - even Mexican ones - you should probably use "who", not "that".
Also, I'd have thought that it would make more sense to preferentially evict the non-slot-freeing ones?
Even the word is stupid. The site doesn't seem to give any explanation of where it came from. Perhaps they all greet each other in Spanish?
Now maybe it's due to other words (dem~, theo~, aristo~) or maybe I did too much chemistry, but I want to read it as "halocracy", which would mean rule by salt.
I doubt in practice that would be much worse.
systemd is so pervasive that it is part of Windows now.
I thought it was the other way round.
The bastards. At least with hipsters you know they'll be gone after a year or two, when it's gone mainstream.
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