- Commodity | Definition of Commodity by Merriam-Webster
History and Etymology for commodity Middle English commoditee, from Anglo-French, from Latin commoditat-, commoditas, from commodus
- Philosophy - definition of philosophy by The Free Dictionary
Quotations "Philosophy may teach us to bear with equanimity the misfortunes of our neighbours" [Oscar Wilde The English Renaissance of Art] "Philosophy is a good horse in the stable, but an arrant jade on a journey" [Oliver Goldsmith The Good-Natur'd Man] "All good moral philosophy is but an handmaid to religion" [Francis Bacon The Advancement of Learning]
- Regard - definition of regard by The Free Dictionary
Usage Note: Regard is traditionally used in the singular in the phrase in regard (not in regards) to In our 2004 survey, barely six percent of the Usage Panel accepted the phrase in regards to Slightly more than half the Panel found the syntactically peculiar as regards acceptable in the sentence These surveys show a high level of satisfaction with government policy among the elderly in the
- Charisma | Definition of Charisma by Merriam-Webster
Did You Know? The Greek word charisma means "favor" or "gift " In English, it has been used in Christian contexts since about 1640 to refer to a gift or power bestowed upon an individual by the Holy Spirit for the good of the Church
- keep me on copy - how to say it very polite . . .
Rebeca: You're pretty close with what you wrote above In English we use copy as a verb for the request So what you want to say is: "Please copy me on all e-mails related to the Sound and Editorial Department " From your post I can't tell what meaning to attach to "department"
- Wiktionary:Tea room - Wiktionary
A place to ask for help on finding quotations, etymologies, or other information about particular words The Tea room is named to accompany the Beer parlour For questions about the technical operation of Wiktionary use the Beer parlour