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Archives for February 2007
Do you rely on Windows to keep you up to date with U.S. time zones? Beginning in 2007, daylight saving time (DST) will be extended in the United States. DST will start three weeks earlier on March 11, 2007, and end one week later on November 4, 2007. You may want to check Microsoft's Knowledge Base and see if your operating system is set up for the recent changes:
IMPLY Imply means that someone wants to make something understood without expressing it directly. It is safe to say that this technique is used often by politicians. Synonyms: hint, suggest, insinuate, point toward. INFER Infer means that the hearer perceives or concludes something. Synonyms: assume, deduce, judge, suppose, gather, conjecture, surmise, understand, extrapolate, reckon, and reason. Examples: The jurors listened carefully, and all inferred that the witness was lying...I listened to Dan Rather's interview and inferred that the politician would never be forthcoming. One university writing lab says, "You imply things through your own words. You infer things from someone else's words." The speaker implies. The listener infers.