What is the meaning of original insult in medical language?
The original insult is the primary trauma or attack that occured
in the body.
Language is a verbal means of communication.
Discriminatory language covers a number of areas. It may insult or offend someone through the use of derogatory or patronising comments (or even body language), or direct attacks upon characteristics over which they have no control, e.g. skin colour, medical conditions, intelligence, gender, age, etc. Discriminatory language can either create or reinforce stereotypes. It is not respectful of cultural differences, and it always puts people down.
Calypso was originally an entertainment technique developed in the West Indies. It involved both music and a particular use of the language. The original purpose was to insult the other persons Momma. Then the other person would create an insult by changing only one word in the first insult. The person who failed to answer back was the "winner." Calypso gave the black people of the West Indies tremendous facility with the English language. As…
no and can often lead to suspension or loss of job it is never ok to insult someone through buisness, it may be ok if you have a personal life involving that character and insult them then- even so, still not a nice thing- but never during work as it may leed to suspension on being sacked! Hope that helps :)
Mohawk comes from the Narragansett word Mohauwaaak meaning they eat animate things. The mohawk refer to themselves as Kaniengehaga - people of the place of the flint. The word Mohawk comes from a name their Algonkian enemies used to call them, meaning "man-eaters." In their own language, the Mohawk people call themselves Kanienkehaka, which means "people of the flint." its not clear if the Mohawk tribe was not a man-eating tribe or if it just…
Adding insult to injury means to make a bad situation worse. It can be where circumstances further hurt the feelings of someone who has been hurt already, or where an already bad situation has even further unfortunate consequences. Example : "My garage was burned up in a fire, and to add insult to injury, a fire truck sideswiped my new car in the driveway.
The noun 'insult' can function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. The pronoun that takes the place of the noun 'insult' is it. Example uses: The insult didn't seem to phase him. (subject of the sentence) You can't predict the response that an insult will produce. (subject of the relative clause) Habitual drinking caused an insult to his liver. (direct object of…