Monday, 24 April 2017
P for plus
PLUS is a positive quantity: He is a real PLUS to the team.
PLUS is an advantage: Knowing the language is a decided PLUS.
PLUS is something extra: Nat Geo PLUS provides subscribing members "all-access pass for unlimited articles, exclusive ebooks, and streaming films."
PLUS is an indication that the standard of a piece of work is slightly higher than the stated mark: I got B PLUS (B+) for my essay.
PLUS is electrically positive: A battery has both a PLUS pole and a minus pole.
I've been participating with ABC Wednesday for 15-PLUS rounds, covering 7-PLUS years. It has been a real PLUS in my life, where I've been able to "meet" people such as the members of the team and all of you participants. I was going to start naming names, but the list got too long, and some of you would have been nonPLUSSED has I left you off the list.
The number of participants have had their PLUSES and minuses from week to week, but I think it's a PLUS for me to visit each and every one of you. It might take all week, but so be it.
It will be a PLUS to your fellow contributors if you visit one blog on the roster you usually don't follow.