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Op-Ed: Olympic competitors denied their ‘Any given Sunday…’

What defect makes it so hard for speakers to understand the effect of their own words? I ask following today’s visit from a window whiz who verbally leapt from flashing to sashes to sill stops and drip caps in numbing and discomfiting crescendo.

News of the World final crossword puzzle takes shot at editor

London - Former News of the World (NoW) staff apparently got the last laugh when sending a parting shot to Rebekah Brooks, former editor of the now-defunct British tabloid, by subtly referring to her “arrogance” in the paper’s final edition crossword puzzle.

Op-Ed: The Uppity One

The Oxford American Dictionary defines the word uppity as "self-important: arrogant." It is taking liberties or assuming airs beyond one's station; presumptuous.

The N00b Retort: Arrogance In Nerdville

Computer enthusiasts don’t want to help you. They’d rather just label you and send you on your way. Why is it that so-called computer "experts" would rather insult you than help you?

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