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verb phrase

The use of verb phrases to describe elements of the Platform 2005 Process is very strongly preferred to noun phrase or arbitrary schemes, especially arbitrary schemes including punctuation that make titles inflexible.

A verb phrase can be used in many sentences in arbitrary communications and contexts, e.g. "cite health care studies on wait times", "draft planks on that and on nurse practitioners", and is heavily reinforced in memory becoming a key phrase - ultimately as memorable as any other Green URI. Process competence has much to do with absorbing the verb phrases used by experts to describe what they do. It also encourages present tense? and active verb?s in writing.

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