The Grammar Bible informs that “lawyer” and “attorney” (as opposed to attorney-at-law) are not interchangeable words. According to The Grammar Bible, a lawyer is someone who conducts lawsuits for various clients, and advises clients on legal matters. An attorney is a person who has been appointed legally to carry out business for another person. While and attorney can be a lawyer, he or she can also be a person who strictly carries out business matters.
The Grammar Bible By: Michael Strumpf and Auriel Douglas has a very interesting spelling challenge. The challenge is one that was issued by the author’s friend who told the author that he has met anyone who can correctly spell all of the words in the following sentence: “Outside a minuscule cemetery, an embarrassed peddler and a harassed cobbler gnawed on a desiccated bone while gazing on a lady’s ankle with unparalleled ecstasy.”
The author suggests that you try this challenge on your friends.
OPTION #1: cephalgia= SEF/ALG
OPTION #2: cephalgia= SEF/A*LG
OPTION #3: cephalgia= SEF/AL/GAOE/A*
OPTION #4: cephalgia= SEF/AL/JAOE/A*
OPTION #5: cephalgia= SEF/AL/GAOE/YA*
OPTION #6: cephalgia= SEF/AL/JAOE/YA*
Discreet is defined as follows in the Webster Dictionary: “(1) Not likely to be seen or noticed by many people. (2) Having or showing discernment or good judgment in conduct and especially in speech. (3) Unpretentious, modest. (4) Unobtrusive, unnoticeable.
Discrete is defined as follows in the Webster Dictionary: “(1) Separate and different from each other. (2) Constituting a separate entity. (3) Consisting of distinct or unconnected elements; noncontinuous. (4) Taking on or having a finite or countably infinite number of values.
OPTION #1: discreet: SDRAOET
OPTION #2: discreet: DIS/KRAOET
OPTION #3: discreet: DIZ/KRAOET
OPTION #1: discrete: DIS/KRA*OET
OPTION #2: discrete: DIZ/KRA*OET