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- n. Plural form of verbalizer.
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It is only for dealers and distributors and for the historian-verbalizers that the values come out different.
Ms. Song reports that in a hunch. com 2009 report, its consumer motivation analysts poring over data profiles of 76,000 Hunch users identifying themselves as being in the Mac or PC camps were able to identify some fairly reliably predictable caricatures, notable examples being that Mac users like to be perceived as "different" and "unique" - verbalizers, conceptualizers, and risk-takers with a predilection for making distinct and individualistic esthetic statements - while PC people conversely tend to be more conformist types, characterizing themselves as steady hard workers and team players who favor practicality over theoretical flights of imagination, enjoy sports, like to be entertained, and strive to be in harmony with mainstream opinion rather than swimming against the prevailing current (as Mac fans are more wont to do).