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affluenza (from affluent and influenza) Ц a psychological malaise supposedly affecting young wealthy people, symptoms of which include a lack of motivation, feelings of guilt, and a sense of isolation;
aggregator Ц an Internet company that collects information about other companiesТ products and services and distributes it through a single Web site;
areology (from Ares (Greek equivalent of the Roman war god Mars) + -ology (denoting a subject of study or interest) Ц the study of the planet Mars;
Asiago (named after Asiago, the plateau and town in northern Italy where the cheese was first made) Ц a strong-flavoured cowТs milk cheese made in northern Italy;
barkitecture (from bark and architecture) Ц the art or practice of designing and constructing doghouses; the style in which a doghouse is designed or constructed;
bicoastal Ц living on, taking place in, or involving both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the US;
bioclimatologyЦ the study of climate in relation to living organisms and especially to human health;
broast (from broil and roast) Ц cook (food) by a combination of a broiling and roasting;
buildout Ц the growth, development, or expansion of something;
clonality Ц the fact or condition of being genetically identical, as to a parent, sibling or other biological source;
CRM Ц customer relationship management, denoting strategies that enable a company to organize and optimize its customer relations;
cybrarian (from cyber- and librarian) Ц a librarian or researcher who uses the Internet as an information resource;
ecolodge Ц a type of tourist accommodation designed to have the minimum possible impact on the natural environment in which it is situated;
express lane (in a grocery store) Ц a checkout aisle for shoppers buying only a few items;
flexecutive (from flexible and executive) Ц an executive or high-level employee who has flexible hours and can choose to work in any location;
gap year Ц a period, typically an academic year, taken by a student as a break between secondary school and higher education;
global commons (usually plural) Ц any of the earthТs ubiquitous and unowned natural resources, such as the oceans, the atmosphere, and space;
heartsink patient (from the notion that the appearance of the patient makes the doctorТs heart sink) Ц a patient who makes frequent visits to a doctorТs office, complaining of persistent but unidentifiable ailments;
hoteling Ц the short-term provision of office space to a temporary worker;
kleptocrat (from Greek kleptes Сthief Т + -crat) Ц a ruler who uses political power to steal their countryТs resources;
life coach Ц a person who counsels and advises clients on matters having to do with careers or personal challenges;
Maki(Japanese, from maku Сroll upТ + -zushi, sushi) Ц a Japanese dish consisting of sushi and raw vegetables wrapped in seaweed;
parachute Ц appoint or be appointed in an emergency or from outside the existing hierarchy.
permalancer(from permanent and freelancer) Ц a long-term freelance, part-time, or temporary worker who does not have employee benefits.
second-hand speech Ц conversation on a cell phone that is overheard by people nearby.
shopgriftingЦ the practice of buying an item, using it, and then returning it for a full refund.
stolen generation (Australian) Ц the Aboriginal people forcibly removed from their families as children between the 1900s and the 1960s, to be brought up by white foster families or in institutions.
sympathetic smoker Ц a person who smokes only in the company of another smoker.