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(pronounced NEH-sting TAY-buhlz)

When we think of nesting tables, we think of those traditional Russian dolls called matryoshka. You know — they are the beautifully painted wooden figures that keep popping out of each other because

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(pronounced net prIs)

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(pronounced net skwair FU-tij)

Put simply, this is considered the amount of space required for the occupants to function in the space – i.e., space for offices, cubicles, conferencing, storage, etc. It does not include the area

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(pronounced net-ZIHR-oh EH-nehr-jee)

This hyphenated adjective is in use more now than ever before as it describes something - usually a home or building - that is able to produce at least as much

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(pronounced nu-ROH-seez)

The plural of the word “neurosis.” Why did we choose to list the plural form instead of the singular" Because it’s not often that a person is only attributed one neurosis – they tend to

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(pronounced NOO-ehl pohst or NYOO-ehl pohst)

This term refers to the post at the foot of a straight stairway or one at a landing, but it can also mean the upright post about which the steps of

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(pronounced NEK-suhs)

We remember this word because the of the “x” smack dab in the middle of the word. An “x” has a perfect middle point where the two lines of the letter cross, creating