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Power Naming: Evocative Words Work Wonders



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(12/2/2013 1:30:56 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
One could make the argument, Roy, that the greatest majority of language used on the radio was determined and demonstrated by someone suffering from a milder form of Broca's aphasia. Then, somehow, it all got locked in.

Still, thanks to you for demonstrating some of the linguistic distinctions that could be made for the benefit of broadcasters and the enjoyment and interest of audiences. Plus, further benefits for advertisers may also be available....someday...maybe.

- Ronald T. Robinson


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