Neither do I and I play it safe by using the benefit of the doubt :DMamatha
Bother. I DO know this one. You give someone "the benefit of the doubt". Saying "benefit of doubt" is false economy! :)Re paradigm - lovely word, dont care what it means!
Austere: "give someone the benefit of the doubt" - to believe something good about someone, rather than something bad, when you have the possibility of doing either. After hearing his explanation, I was prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt.Cambridge International Dictionary of Idioms © Cambridge University Press 1998
Ms.Ammani enabled a paradigm shift in mama-blogging by opening her "cult of bad mama" blog in 2007.
I just gave myself the benefit of the doubt in framing a sentence with the word "paradigm" :))) ...
It's " the benefit of the doubt" as in " give somebody the benefit of the doubt" that is accept what someone tells you even if you're not sure he's right or telling the truth.By starting this note "I haven't a bloody clue 2..." you've created a paradigm shift in our approach at our ignorance...Thus, Paradigm Shift is a change from one way of thinking to another. It's a revolution, a transformation, a sort of metamorphosis...;-)
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