from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An Algerian name for the Arundo tenax, a reedy grass, the fibers of which are used for making cordage.
- noun An abbreviation of
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- verb US, UK, slang To put (someone) down, or show
disrespectby the use of insulting languageor dismissive behaviour.
- noun slang An
insultor put-down; an expression of disrespect.
- abbreviation for
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- verb treat, mention, or speak to rudely
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I'm nearing the end of it though - some comments I can't deal with until after my advisor actually get to talk about them, but that won't happen until after the diss is with the committee.
George W. Bush: Got a huge diss from the French before and during Iraq War
I'll write something significant, meaningful, a book in diss clothing.
Yesterday my advisor called S in the morning to check in (he's on family vacation until the diss is due).
As you all now I voz raised in diss country from de age of seven years an obtained a Phd, that said I still spik inglish as a second langvage, so no I do not appreciate being asked about de simspons in promotion boards or having to excuse myself ven all my vite non musslim colleagues go ‘on de piss’, it is a dat point dat ven intoxication take over de true fillings of racist comes out - oh yes indeedy.
Or will we simply use blogs, Facebook, and Twitter to compete in a name-calling diss-fest?
Our process is much like you describe, the only person who has seen my diss is my advisor.
If my diss. is in my manuscript format and coauthors are acknowledged at the front of each chapter, do I have to change "we" to "I?"
If I read the quote correctly, it sounds as if the diss was aimed at blogs – not Jeff.
But now I am reading when I should be writing the diss, that is.