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Origin of ism
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Origin of -ism
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Dorothy Parker once noted that “the only ‘ism’ Hollywood cares about is plagiarism.”
The storm of conflicting opinions centers on the Mrs. Thatcher who became a symbolic figure, even an ‘ism.’
The ISM Purchasing Managers Index indicated that the manufacturing sector is expanding smartly.Why Wall Street Is Ignoring the Arrival of the Sequester|Daniel Gross|March 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
No bruised feelings involved, no accusation of an -ism, and no conceivable way of salvaging the “brand.”
The ISM reported that its purchasing managers index for manufacturing in October was 51.7, a bit higher than September.And Now for Some Good News: Jobs, Cars, Housing Are All Looking Up|Daniel Gross|November 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Occult′ism, the doctrine or study of things hidden or mysterious—theosophy, &c.; Occult′ist, one who believes in occult things.
Religion with them becomes identified with some favorite dogma or ism, and tends in that direction to a monstrous development.Bible Emblems|Edward E. Seelye
The secret of discovering hidden treasures, belong also, if I mistake not, to the Ism Allah.Thalaba the Destroyer|Robert Southey
Unfortunately it is an argument which would prove every cult and "ism" under the heavens true.The Truth About Jesus is He a Myth?|M. M. Mangasarian
I understand that ism, I rather suspect, better than the other.Hide and Seek|Wilkie Collins