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neat. 1. Characterized by or in a state of orderliness, tidiness and cleanliness. 2. Free from sloppiness, vagueness, or embellishment; precise. Funk & Wagnalls Dictionary Q. Some people are very efficient and precise in their thinking, speech and habits. No embellishments; direct, simple and straightforward. Other people are sloppy in their thinking and speech. Is a person who is sloppy and untidy in his personal habits also generally sloppy and imprecise in his thinking and speech? Is a person who is orderly and tidy in his personal habits also careful and precise in his thinking and speech? Don't negligence, carelessness, laziness, sloppiness and untidiness go together? Aren't they manifested in all one's personal habits, including thought and speech? Don't diligence, carefulness, orderliness and tidiness go together and aren't they manifested in all one's personal habits including precision of thought and speech? May 1995 More from SolitaryRoad.com:
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