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(pronounced DAY-dough) No, not Play-Doh, but a very weird and confusing word nevertheless. It can mean a few things. That’s why it’s so confusing…

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(pronounced exactly as it is spelled) To remember what this word means, all you must do is think of Example: Virginia could only think of one reason that her boss had hired such a daft office manager to handle

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(pronounced DAM-mahsk) Heard of Damascus? The capital of Syria and one of the world's oldest cities? This port city began exporting beautifully ornamental silk textiles to Europe waaaay back in the in the 1100's; hence, the origin of the

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(pronounced dahrk hors) In the 1800s this term came about to describe a horse that unexpectedly emerges out of a pack of better known contenders to win – or at least place – in a race. In modern times,

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(pronounced DAY-lyte MAH-dehl-ing) Daylighting is the accepted term to refer to the art and science of controlling natural light within spaces as to minimize energy use and maximize occupant performance and well-being. As you might imagine, trying to site