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Feb 10, 2014
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Feb 8, 2014
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i tried to email you...

Feb 7, 2014
...but your email address does not seem to work.
Foolishly i was scammed by a writer who handed me fully plagiarized essay work, I need someone who can fix this mess. contact me very urgently pls. :( not happy. Dont contact me if you a scammer!lucy xxx

ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Feb 6, 2014
corrigendum

noun

: an error in printed work that is discovered after printing and shown with its correction on a separate sheet

"After running an article that reported the professor was born in 1853, the newspaper printed a corrigendum the next day stating that he was born in 1953."
KIM  

i need uvocorp writing account

Feb 6, 2014
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ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Feb 3, 2014
legerdemain

noun

: sleight of hand, skillful manipulation

"The accountants' legerdemain with the books eventually bankrupted the company and sent the principals to prison."
Writer Roz  

you are right...

Feb 3, 2014
I miswrote - the stats I found noted that 46% *fail* to graduate, not the other way around.

Pretty interesting reading, though, and a lot more dismal than I was expecting!

http://www.hcmstrategists.com/americandream2-0/report/HCM_Gates_Report_1_17 _web.pdf
ProfessorVerb  

i didn't think it was that high...

Feb 3, 2014
only 46% of US university students graduate their programs?

... but it turns out it is actually a little better than that overall:

"The 2011 graduation rate for full-time, first-time undergraduate students who began their pursuit of a bachelor's degree at a 4-year degree-granting institution in fall 2005 was 59 percent. That is, 59 percent of full-time, first-time students who began seeking a bachelor's degree at a 4-year institution in fall 2005 completed the degree at that institution within 6 years."

There are some differences in graduation rates, though, with some being even more dismal than 46%:

"Among full-time, first-time undergraduate students who began seeking a bachelor's degree at a 4-year degree-granting institution in fall 2005, the 6-year graduation rate was 57 percent at public institutions, 65 percent at private nonprofit institutions, and 42 percent at private for-profit institutions. This graduation rate was 56 percent for males and 61 percent for females; it was higher for females than for males at both public (59 percent vs. 54 percent) and private nonprofit institutions (67 percent vs. 62 percent). At private for-profit institutions, however, males had a higher graduation rate than females; the rate was 48 percent for males and 36 percent for females. "

National Center for Education Statistics at https://nces.ed.gov/FastFacts/display.asp?id=40
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Feb 2, 2014
malversation

noun

: misbehavior and especially corruption in an office, trust, or commission

"All but two of Oklahoma county commissioners were charged with malversation during the 1960s and 1970s."
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 31, 2014
pulchritudinous

adjective

: Characterized by or having great physical beauty and appeal

"The pulchritudinous of the students' mural so overwhelmed him that the professor had to tell his grandson to get him another glass of bourbon."
ProfessorVerb  

many people feel this way...

Jan 31, 2014
School starts tomorrow so why don't you go ahead and just shoot me

Rene  

jjohn188@aol.com - pakistani fraud

Jan 31, 2014
Watch out for Pakistani fraudster who got @aol.com email account to defraud students. His email: jjohn188@aol.com
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 29, 2014
penultimate

adjective

: next to the last

"The data analysis chapter is the penultimate chapter in many dissertations."
ProfessorVerb  

the irony...

Jan 29, 2014
An excellent command of the English langeage

ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 28, 2014
heebie-jeebies

noun plural

: jitters, creeps

"Scorpions and spiders give me the heebie-jeebies."
ProfessorVerb  

that's extortion ...

Jan 27, 2014
I recently received an email from a person i am assuming is a scammer asking me to pay him so as not to reveal the information he has on my project to my college

Who was it?
wordsies  EssayChatJan 26, 2014
sausage, venison, pork?
or you had something else in mind :)
ProfessorVerb  

just curious...

Jan 26, 2014
posting as 3 different persons/emails here

Which three, s.v.p.?
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 23, 2014
hyperbole

noun]

: language that describes something as better or worse than it really is

"The White House hyperbole about the war was not credible."
ProfessorVerb  

i've worked with mobths before...

Jan 22, 2014
2 mobths to work with

It's nearly always fatal.
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 22, 2014
ditzy
adjective

: silly or scatterbrained

"The ditzy groom forgot the ring."*

____________

*Don't let this happen to you, guys!
ProfessorVerb  

thank you!

Jan 19, 2014
I memorized the contents of a California job case in junior high school about a million years ago, but I haven't kept up with the printing industry recently. Thanks for your description of a thriving industry. Good luck!
Karen  

typesetting services

Jan 19, 2014
Hi Professor Verb,

Yes many people hire us for typesetting services. This is where we follow publisher's formatting instructions for print and Kindle page layouts. As reading is still very much alive in this day and age this remains a thriving industry. :)

We began offering this service after receiving numerous requests from our proofreading and editing clients. It has now unexpectedly become one of our most popular services. Not for student clients but for professional academics and business people.

In addition to page layouts, we can also provide universal ISBNs and cover designs. So if you write any books in the future we would love to help you with this.

Best regards,


Karen
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 18, 2014
misanthrope
noun

: a person who hates or distrusts humankind

Insert name of your favorite misanthrope here (is it Uncle Billy? Cousin Fred? Den mother? Barking dog-owning neighbor? The Man? You?):

"_____________________ is a big, fat misanthrope."
ProfessorVerb  

professor verb's word for the day

Jan 15, 2014
odoriferous
adjective

: having or giving off a smell, esp. an unpleasant or distinctive one.

"As lawyers for the Judge Advocate General's office at the 101st Airborne Division, the two Army captains complained in writing to the commanding general that being forced to run 3 miles every morning made odoriferous and therefore unprofessional the rest of the day and requested the installation of a shower in their office. The commanding general responded that he too was required to maintain a nonodoriferous state and the two captains should take a shower in their quarters when they had the opportunity."*

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*Based on a true story (the general had a shower in his office).


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