Part of the fun of writing is having fun with the language. Like bad science jokes (scientists tell the corniest jokes), it's something you can't fully appreciate unless you've got a firm grasp of the subject. For instance, the word: unionize. The same spelling carries disparate meanings in different disciplines, and the only clue as to which is intended is how the word is pronounced -- unionize versus un-ionize. Thus, if you're a chemist, that word means something different than what you would think if you were a plumber instead, as illustrated below.
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