from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A plural of forum.
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- n. Plural form of forum.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Latin plural of forum.
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Many people tend to forget that Mexico's a big country and that not everyone who reads these fora is based in and about Guadalajara.
Maybe most interesting is that this ideal Platonic form of flaming has arisen, and is flourishing, in fora that make use of audio and video, rather than pure text chat.
Not talking about God in the public fora is secularism, not atheism per se.
What strikes me about the Advance. net fora is the fact that the Mods are anonymous – and they are able to strike at any moment to keep certain cliques shut out.
I'm over it now, but I had to report you just to let them know I haven't forgotten; moreover, I'm sick of everyone being all la di da about foreign languages, but no one has a beef that the fora is English only.
The UPDF has, however, rejected the call fora ceasefire.
* a solid understanding of the European Community's structure, main fora, decision-making processes and key personnel and committees that work in the IP and civil liberties arenas;
For my part, I spent enough time as a teen and a college student in fora where “handles” were the norm that I just wholly lack this apparently widespread intuition that one ought to put one’s name to opinions by default, absent some special justification.
I’ve been giving real-time Intrade investment advice online in fora like this for the past 3 years.
In my experience she has exactly the same inclination toward reasoned debate, staged in fora where she or an ally don’t have control, as Rush Limbaugh – which is to say none.