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Intimidating acronyms

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This rule applies to the names and acronyms of other UN entities as well.When the acronym functions as a modifier, use or non-use of “the” is dictated by the term being modified (for example: “the UNU Charter”, “the UNU-INWEH seminar”).

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Learn when launches are scheduled, learn what they're setting forth to accomplish and be about it. Avoid acronyms and technical jargon that people might not understand.In general, apps that appeal to everyone should steer clear of highly technical language.If someone’s using an i Pad, for example, don’t show i Phone tips or graphics. You tap, flick, swipe, pinch, and drag content on the touchscreen. It’s appropriate to use friendly terms like , but these terms can be confusing or inaccurate if you don’t account for the current locale.You press physical buttons and content that responds to 3D Touch. Consider an event that starts just before midnight. In another time zone, the same event may have started yesterday.Despite the slew of intimidating acronyms that defines it (like AC, BCWP, TPI, EV, and the like), it isn’t especially complicated.

Earned value helps you answer questions like, “Looking at the amount of work done so far in this project, how much money were we supposed to have spent?

Ripping your hands is not cool, and doesn’t need to happen.

Hand rips can take a while to heel, are painful, annoying and may prevent you from training to you full capacity for a while.

The use of variations, such as “the International Institute for Global Health of the United Nations University” or “the United Nations University’s International Institute for Global Health”, is discouraged.

Never use the name or acronym of a UNU institute or programme without the UNU element.

Here are a few tips to […] Many of you ask each week what these crazy Acronyms we put up on the WOD board stand for so here is the extensive list. Have fun reading them and feel a little more knowledgeable in your Crossfit lingo!