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Definition of an action item

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Other terms relating to 'corporate-speak (list of)':

Definitions include: crazy, irrational.
Definitions include: to reduce the number of people employed in an organization or company to the point that there are no longer enough to carry out the work effectively.
Definitions include: from now, into the future.
Definitions include: to stick one's head up out of a cubicle to look at something.
Definitions include: to debate at length on an unimportant decision.
Definitions include: pejorative term for the formal language used in legal speech and legal documents.

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Other terms relating to 'action':

Definitions include: sexual activity.
Definitions include: big fight, rumble
Definitions include: Abbreviation for Girl on Girl Action, lesbian activity.
Definitions include: to kiss each other in a constantly and wild..
Definitions include: acronym for "live action role-playing."
Definitions include: acronym for "missing in action".
Definitions include: A penis.
Definitions include: to quickly start performing necessary activities.
Definitions include: Comment said after someone else says something that is cool.
Definitions include: tongue used during a French kiss.

Other terms relating to 'item':

Definitions include: a news-worthy couple.

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