Tuesday, June 19, 2007

'Building Bridges' Malaysia Conference: Cancelled or Postponed?

NaSTy said 'cancelled'


Back in May, Bernama said 'postponed'


Pathetic spinning again.

If your Engrund is not vely the good, you can always check back the meaning of the words:

can·cel (knsl)
v. can·celed also can·celled, can·cel·ing also can·cel·ling, can·cels also can·cels
1. To cross out with lines or other markings. See Synonyms at erase.
2. To annul or invalidate.
3. To mark or perforate (a postage stamp or check, for example) to indicate that it may not be used again.
4. To equalize or make up for; offset: Today's decline in stock price canceled out yesterday's gain.
5. Mathematics
a. To remove (a common factor) from the numerator and denominator of a fractional expression.
b. To remove (a common factor or term) from both sides of an equation or inequality.
6. Printing To omit or delete.
To neutralize one another; counterbalance: two opposing forces that canceled out.
1. The act or an instance of canceling; a cancellation.
2. Printing
a. Deletion of typed or printed matter.
b. The matter deleted.
c. A replacement for deleted matter.
post·pone (pst-pn, ps-pn)
tr.v. post·poned, post·pon·ing, post·pones
1. To delay until a future time; put off. See Synonyms at defer1.
2. To place after in importance; subordinate.

Oi, you tak mau, you cakap kancel lah, mati-mati cakap lu tadak sinang tunda buat apa?

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