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a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

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

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Ei GIML reune bajo el termino argot el calo (espanol y mexicano), el lunfardo, el parlache, las jergas de comunidades profesionales y tribus urbanas, el habla gay y, en general, el de la comunidad LGTB.
Michael Lenchner, vice president and director of leasing at Sage Realty Corporation, the leasing and management division of WKO, worked directly with Argot Partners and represented the ownership in-house in the long-term transaction.
Para la nomenclatura anatomica y criterios de posicion de los huesos del esqueleto axial se siguieron varios trabajos previos, principalmente para roedores (Hatt, 1932; Evans, 1993; Sargis, 2001; Argot, 2003; Bezuidenhout y Evans, 2005; Flores y Diaz, 2009; entre otros).
Yes, the visual-vocal movie argot was well spoken to satisfy the sempiternal conflict between goodies and baddies, and the non-negotiable requirement by Americans that movies have happy endings.
In circus argot, a full house is called a straw house from the days when straw would be laid down in front of the seats to accommodate more people than the seats could hold.
This was known, in the formal academic argot of the time, as "cruising.
But sifting the speculation on social media to uncover the facts takes time, and in an impatient, networked world, that translates (in the argot of the internet) as a "#journalism #fail".
Del argot de los periodistas, es el soborno o dadiva que aceptan estos para ajustar una nota a conveniencia de alguien; viene de co-chupar o <<chupar juntos>>, con el sentido implicito de que tanto el sobornante como el sobornado salen beneficiados.
London, July 6 ( ANI ): Our insatiable fascination with celebrities is helping reinvent the cockney rhyming slang, an ancient argot that many language experts feared was dying out.
Datos curioso para el argot latinoamericano, su colectivo esta compuesto en un 95% por mujeres, respetadas investigadoras de America y Europa.
The magazine does not deserve the patronizing argot of J.
I love 'A Clockwork Orange' and novels like 'The Colour Purple' that are written in argot.
Un insolito espacio escenico en el que las swingeras, tambien conocidas en el argot pachuco como lindy hoperas, Andrea y Paola Aviles, ensenaran, a la mas fina usanza de Tin-Tan, las delicias de este baile.
We are and it is, to coin some street argot, "totally wicked
In this beautifully executed, cleverly designed blend of excerpts from Shakespeare's plays, inventive personal writings, facsimile reproductions of the argot of the literary arena of his times, and contemporary explanatory essays, Central Michigan University professors McDermott and Berk have created an imaginary scrapbook as if it were produced by Shakespeare for his daughter, Judith.