Avoiding Cover Letters -- Good or Bad Advice?

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Re: Avoiding Cover Letters -- Good or Bad Advice?

Postby P.C. » Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:53 pm

On defenestrated, defenestrate or defenestration:
I tend to doubt that anyone can actually use that word according to its definition. How may people have even witnessed the act or participated in the act of throwing a person out of a window, or been a victim of that act? LOL! Oh sorry Dave, I meant Laughing Out Loud. My bad.
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