Your Dr. Demarte used the expression "verbage" repeatedly referring to the wording in various evidentiary writings. There is no such word according to several sources I consulted with the exception of the Palin usage. Verbiage is a word used exclusively as a highly pejorative term.<quoted text>
Try spelling it correctly "verbiage-the style of language in which something is expressed". Also while you are being so smart, there is not such word as "til", its "until".
At least one source made reference to persons who use the term verbage as an affectation to demonstrate learnedness. So it's entirely possible that our dear Dr. D. has been bluffing her way through academia and now on the witness stand with her glib pronouncements designed to impress the easily-impressed. Let's be clear, I was not all that impressed with Samuels and Laviolette but I did learn a thing or two from them about what COULD be, and I did not feel my intelligence insulted. With this one, I felt I was being fed DOGMA, such as I would get from religion and to which I have a visceral resistance.
Btw, why does my being so "smart" bother you so? I never said I was smart. I merely tried to point out your Dr.D's inadequacies, is all.