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  • Growing up, my mother called a dinner of leftovers "hodge podge". I hate the sound of that. Hodge podge does not sound tasty. It sounds gross. My wife discovered pastiche, so when we have a dinner of miscellaneous leftovers, we have "pastiche". Mmmmm. Delish.

    June 3, 2011

  • atavistic guilt; throwback guilt

    June 3, 2011

  • Dr. Beverly Crusher used this word discussing cellular residue.

    July 18, 2010

  • The planogram is a visual diagram, or drawing, that provides in detail where every product in a retail store should be placed. These schematics not only present a flow chart for the particular merchandise departments within a store layout but also show on which aisle and on what shelf an item is located. A planogram should also illustrate how many facings are allocated for each SKU.

    The complexity of a planogram may vary by the size of the store, the software used to create the planogram and the need of the retailer. Planograms can be as simple as a photo of a preset section or more detailed with numbered peg holes and shelf notches showing exact placement of each item.

    See http://s.mashd.cc/postpericardial

    May 14, 2010

  • This is a misspelling of the word amount.

    May 6, 2010

  • The correct spelling is raisable.

    February 10, 2010

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