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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tracy Boyington [mailto:tracy_boyington -at- okcareertech -dot- org]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2001 11:35 AM
> You could have several different types of experts working on
> any one project. If someone working with you said "this
> chapter has been approved by our expert," wouldn't you like
> to be sure they meant subject matter expert and not editing
> expert? :-)
> Hey, what's a little jargon between friends anyway? :-)
But by saying "subject matter expert", does that really clarify things? You
could be talking about the Thingamabob subject matter expert while the other
person thinks you're talking about the Whatchamacallit subject matter
expert. I think it'd be clearest to state "the Dinglehoffer expert".
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