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Subject:RE: Jargon Use From:"Douglas S. Bailey (AL)" <dbailey -at- commandalkon -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Fri, 19 Oct 2001 08:41:25 -0500
Actually, the 'drop kick' meaning of "boot" is no more standard than the
"start" meaning. I always thought the standard meaning of "boot" was
> -----Original Message-----
> At 06:11 PM 18/10/2001 -0500, Cameron Consulting wrote:
> >as another example -- "Boot" - jargon - but acceptable
> because it's a widely
> >used term.
> > >
> As long as you make it perfectly clear that "boot" doesn't
> mean "drop kick".
> Win Day
> Multimedia Developer
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