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Envelopes, on the other hand, used to be addressed, but now there's only one of them, and it has to be pushed. Very odd.
Company director Bex Baxter, who employs 31 staff – seven male – at the social community group Coexist, wants to change the stigma around ‘women’s issues’. Bex, 40, said: ‘I have managed many female members of staff over the years and I have seen women at work who are bent over double because of the pain caused by their periods. ‘Despite this, they feel they cannot go home because they do not class themselves as unwell. ‘And this is unfair. At Coexist we are very understanding. If someone is in pain – no matter what kind – they are encouraged to go home.
So I remembered this thread, and thorold's remark in #4: obviously in that case a "t" is missing, isn't it?
Ouch! That's just clumsy in so many different ways, all embarrassing. A phrase that could only be used by someone with no imagination and no sense of the history and meaning of words.
Yes, let's cut back on the "issues."
Then we can turn our attention to an all-out campaign against "iconic."
Derrida is dead. Foucault died before many of your students were alive. I would be stunned if any major linguistic shift happened because of postmodernism, and find the idea that a change in the last ten years or so can be attributed to them risible.