Dubious "graduate" degree granted by cynical, money-hungry institutions of "higher learning" for purposes of allowing holder to pose as a scholar, academic, or other fashionably trendy charlatan whilst offering the chosen "field" of inquiry absolutely nothing in terms of serious intellectual achievement or advanced understanding. Fake Ph.D.'s subsequently engage in the absurd high wire act of passing themselves off as elitists, albeit at the cost of plying the charade at any number of bottom-feeding universities and junior colleges, oftimes with little in the way of real teaching duties or responsibilities. The scam is further perpetuated by innumerable junkets to fraudulent "academic" conferences (with other fake Ph.D.'s, of course!) for the purpose of inflating an already thin curriculum vitae (C.V.),in hopes of achieving a higher salary and "tenure". What published work exists often appears in third-ratemore...
Kordanize /‘kərdənaiz/ (v.) past tense: Kordanized / past participle: Kordanized
1 To get Ph.D without having B.Sc.
2 To deceive a nation by telling them a big lie
3 To become an important person (e.g. minister) by presenting fake certificate or documents.
4 to try to bribe someone in order to change his mind
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1 In this country Ph.D is just a piece of worthless paper.If i were you i would kordanize.
2 He must be sentenced to prison after he kordanized the whole country but as he was backed by the president he could scape the justice.
3 Kordanizing proves to be the best way of becoming a minister in an eastern country.
4 Although he tried to kordanize the Parliament members but finally they voted to sack the Minister for lying
about his fake degree from Oxford University.
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v. 1. to feign wit or intelligence so as not to appear witless, stupid, or speechless; 2. to act as a poseur
That dude is always trying to Pink Floyd. He talks about highfalutin stuff no one understands so we're like, "Whoa, no wonder they gave him a Ph.D." Then we find out he is just making shit up to have somethin' to say.
A martial arts school that is solely established to make money instead of genuinely teaching martial arts. A huge percentage of mcdojos in the U.S.more...
Some signs of a mcdojo:
- The instructor claims to be a 10th degree black belt (highest rank possible that is achieved through lifetime of commitment and practice)
-Instructor like you to refer to him/her as master/grandmaster or some other ego boosting work
-The instructor is overweight
-The instructor walks around like a king but doesn't actually (physically) show any techniques
-The instructor has a nice/expensive car
-The instructor claims to be some kind of champion
-Lots of trophies around the dojo
-Uniforms with lots of unnecessary patches
-Young black belts
-Receiving a black belt in a short amount of time
-No one ever fails a belt test
-Lots of small children running around like it's Chucky Cheese (they are often called little tigers or little dragons or something like that)
-No physical workout (no one is completely exhausted after practice)
-The school enforces point fighting
-No real self-defense
-Little to no contact in sparring
-School claiming to be "Family friendly"
-"A Black Belt School"
-Contract having an option to pay a year in advance
-Guaranteed to have a belt promotion test within 3 months of starting training
-Students showing poor technique and no power
-Young children sparring with adults (imagine being at least a teenager and sparing a 10 year...