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chronomics

chronomics  n.— «I’ve been encouraged to think about time by the observations of Dr Michael Schluter, executive director of Britain’s Relationships Foundation. He’s coined the term “chronomics” for study of the laws governing...

office wife

office wife n. a female secretary or executive assistant; a female worker devoted to a powerful man to whom she is not married, especially a man in a hierarchically superior position; a female coworker who is a friend. Also office spouse, work wife...

siloed

siloed  other.— «Risk management software firm CXO Systems Inc has launched a new executive dashboard system that it claims will break traditional “siloed” approaches to risk management.» —“Cxo Dashboard Breaks Siloed...

Mexico City policy

Mexico City policy  n.— «The White House told committee members that Bush “does not support Senate passage” of the bill “in its current form because it includes provisions that would overturn the Administration’s family...

hot wash

hot wash  n.— «During the hot-wash a Coyote major diplomatically asks LeSavage, Davis’s executive officer, whether he feels that the MAGTF’s actions against the enemy’s main body were completely effective.» —by David H...

pro-poor tourism

pro-poor tourism  n.— «An expert piped up right in the middle of a dreary session with an impassioned call to support what he called pro-poor tourism. Apparently the executive of non-government organisation thought the long-held argument...