Entertainment / Literature / Exit - Exuent: Common Latin stage directions found in the margins of Shakespearean plays. Exit is the singular for 'He [or she] goes out.' Exuent is the plural form for multiple individuals. Often the phrase is accompanied with explanatory remarks, such as Exuent omnes (Everybody goes out'), or Exit solus (He alone goes out').
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Policy-Procedures Manual: A detailed written document designed to assist managers and supervisors in carrying out their day-to-day responsibilities by acquainting them with all of the organization's policies and the procedures MORE
Entertainment / Literature / Pooh-Pooh Hypothesis: In linguistics, the idea that language began as emotional outbursts or surprised exclamations, contrast with the bow-wow theory, the ding-dong theory, and the yo-he-ho theory. MORE