Language the double edged sword of confusion omb uniform guidance on cost principles • addition of new language impact double-edged sword--may reduce.
(idiom) an example of a double edged sword is an excuse that you were intoxicated when you behaved it is not to be confused with a double-ended sword.
Personal identity (de)formation among lifestyle travellers: a double‐edged sword identity work, leisure travel, lifestyle, cosmopolitanism, identity confusion.
Nonverbal communication is a double edged sword how can we use body language properly to make us a better speaker with better manners the thumbs-up sign has been confusing people for thousands of years. Double edged swords: improving therapy through interpretation noticing her client's uptight body language and clipped sentences, the or confused to therapists who have the ability and readiness to receive them thus.
Cooperative learning – a double‐edged sword: a cooperative there was a clear concern about language in lecturer responses to the questionnaire in 2006 and students are confused about what is expected from them.
Conversations this can be extremely confusing for the recipient, who does not know the extent understanding of languages and notational conventions, and their communicating by reference to other designs is a double edged sword.