She, too, includes "vogue words", albeit briefly: "basically", "hands- on", "paradigm", "caring", "dimension", etc. Absent is one noted by the computer guru Derek Goodlake: reports are now challenged, not queried or questioned. Challenge has gone through many shades of meaning. Via Old French, it is from Latin calumnia, false accusation. In a dispute, it should mean a shot across the bows, not sniping. As grim is a neighbourhood's "regeneration", often used by the MP Ivor Caplin when he means more chain- stores.