CPER: explanation of abbreviations, prefixes (English, Greek, Latin) and acronyms concerning overall site.
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qst = question.
A question can be part of a lesson, quiz, or questionnaire.
Also see: mcq (= multiple choice question).
= Ribonucleic acid.
Semi- = "half", sometimes meaning
The prefix semi- is derived from the Latin word semi, meaning "half".
SIP = Self Improvement Program(ming).
The Self Improvement Program contains knowledge and exercises to program your emotions, thoughts and beliefs in such a way that you will improve the health of your body and mind. It is a form of personal skills training. It uses skills from the area of: language and communication training, intelligence amplification, goal formulation, mind change techniques, stress management.
TOC = Table Of Contents.
Table of Contents of a lesson displays a numbered list of
referrals (hyperlinks) to all pages within that lesson.
These pages match important headers or titles in the order
viz. = "namely", "in other words ".
The term viz. is derived from the Latin word videlicet meaning "that is", "namely".
vs. = 'versus'.
The proposition vs. is short for 'versus', meaning: "against" or "in opposition to"; "as opposed to" or "in contrast with".
The term versus. originates from the Latin word versus that means: "turned in the direction of", "opposite". This word is derived from the Latin verb vertere meaning "to turn".