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Definition of Wording

Wording
Wording Word"ing, n. The act or manner of expressing in words; style of expression; phrasing. It is believed this wording was above his known style. --Milton.

Meaning of Wording from wikipedia

- Thomas Mantell in pursuit of a UFO as "a masterpiece in the art of 'weasel wording'". Carl Wrighter discussed weasel words in his best-selling book I Can...
- Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama". As of 2013, the wording is "Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama".   indicates the winner Academy...
- Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama". As of 2013[update], the wording is "Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama". Academy Award for Best Actor...
- Sheva Brachot (Hebrew: שבע ברכות) literally "the seven blessings" also known as birkot nissuin (Hebrew: ברכות נישואין), "the wedding blessings" in Jewish...
- figure was 7.9 per cent of the UK po****tion. Because of differences in the wording of the census forms used in England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland...
- sentence p****ed during the ****ize. The wording of the traditional phrase has changed over time. In England, the wording in the 18th century was "and the Lord...
- comparisons between polls often boil down to the wording of the question. On some issues, question wording can result in quite pronounced differences between...
- (plural double entendres) is a figure of speech or a particular way of wording that is devised to have a double meaning, of which one is typically obvious...
- they have seized, including the capital, Sanaa". "AA/GPC agreed to a new wording on UNSC resolution 2216 that states unequivocally that they are committed...
- produces nonsense output. Rubbish in, rubbish out (RIRO) is an alternate wording. The principle also applies more generally to all analysis and logic, in...