Re: Standard Docset for Hardware/Software Products?
Jessica used the term "stalking horse" in the following, and I was
wondering what it meant? I haven't seen this colloquialism before :-)
"...find out whether the complaint is a
**stalking horse** for some other specific source of dissatisfaction."
Is it like a "red herring"? Where does it come from? (I'm from Texas, I
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