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(pronounced prag-MA-tik)

Are you a matter-of-fact kind of guy" Do you prefer concerning yourself with the practical and dealing with the actual" Do people refer to you as a Realist rather than an Idealist" Then

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(pronounced PREE-huhng dohr)

A pre-hung door is really a one-stop shop. Instead of having to buy all of the components separately, one can purchase a complete door unit comprised of a door(s), hinges, jambs,

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(pronounced prih-SIH-peh-tuhs)

Again, one of those words with multiple meaning, but all actually related. In fact, there are so many that we’re not even going to cover all of them so that we can just

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(pronounced pree-EMPT)

“We’re sorry, but our regularly scheduled programming has been preempted to bring you this breaking news!” Yes, that’s how most of us are familiar with this term, but this odd little word –

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(pronounced prih-RAH-guh-tiv)

We guarantee you that this word’s popularity hit its peak in 1988 when Bobby Brown’s catchy single “My Prerogative” hit the airwaves. So what was he singing about" Having the special right or

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(pronounced preh-zen-TAY-shun bord)

See mood board.


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(pronounced PRIH-vee)

No, we’re not referring to the noun version of this word, which means a toilet (heard mainly in the UK). We’re talking something a little more surreptitious here. Privy is an adjective meaning

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(pronounced PRO-for-mah)

A Latin meaning “for form”. It’s used in the sense of making or carrying out a task in a perfunctory manner or as a formality. In the design business, you will see it

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(pronounced PROH-buh-tee)

A noun that means decency, honor, and an observance only to the highest ethics. We remember it this way… Probity sounds like a “heavy” word to us, which makes us think of seriousness