use phraseology in a sentence.
The title was extracted straight from the phraseology of the article - not a deliberate formulation.
With two inflection points in the phraseology, you can literally reverse your glue.
Don't forget "10% of a UNIX manpage typed out in hipster compatible phraseology and intimated like it's forbidden knowledge.
I like Feynman's phraseology: "Obviously your idea is crazy.
Also, the phraseology of your points couldn't get into any scientific journal, so what are you quoting, your summary?
Maybe this kind of phraseology is part of the reason you keep getting passed over for promotion.
The phraseology "recharge your model S" leads me away from the notion that it's it's a swap, perhaps they've found some way to treat the batteries as super capacitors?
Well, obviously before that phraseology goes into a contract it would need more refinement.
My favorite commenters/contributors are quite identifiable by their phraseology, wit, and wisdom.
I don't know whether the same phraseology would ever have made sense for a knight, though, and I may well be a bit off on the details.
I suppose it's possible the poster just poorly communicated, and there's a reasonable concept (like "don't be 'fake-nice', be genuinely kind") hiding behind that bad phraseology.
Edit: Found this "comparison" which I suspect was written by the GWAN guy himself judging from the unusual sentence structure and phraseology.