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a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number

the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline

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I suppose this persistent use of bad language is rather a sad reflection of our society.
MHP Deputy Chairwoman Ruhsar Demirel told Today's Zaman that it should be men, who more often use bad language in Parliament, to raise their voice against such language.
Bad language in public used to be an offence under the public order act until a High Court judge ruled last year that expletives are in such common usage they no longer cause distress.
What's more, Billy Connolly and Gordon Ramsay have been making a career for themselves using bad language.
The recent television programme in which viewers were informed of the work of the speech therapist made no mention of bad language by the King, merely frustration and throwing of cutlery.
I think you should ask the fourth official who was using the bad language and who wasn't, I think that was very clear.
JOURNALIST and broadcaster Joan Bakewell described the BBC's plans to clamp down on bad language as "far too sweeping a diktat".
MY four-year-old son has picked up bad language while staying with relatives.
According to the critics, increasing use of expletives on television has led to the bad language.
Photographer Esmeralda Wood's GOOD WINE BAD LANGUAGE GREAT WINEYARDS: WINE CHARACTERS OF AUSTRALIA (0977514706, L12.
A Senate inquiry into bad language used on Australian TV by British chef Gordon Ramsay has rejected calls for a ban on certain swear words.
I learned that bad language equates bad thought, and have since worked to correct the damage already done.
If you've ever wondered about the origins and use of foul language, check out Ruth Wajnryb's Expletive Deleted: A Good Look at Bad Language (Free Press, 2005).
However, although this contains violence, the deaths aren't gruesome (future volumes may be more graphic); this manga contains no bad language, either.