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The descriptor comes from the Roman name for the place that would become Paris — Lutetia.
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The short and simple descriptor is that it’s something that fits into the global economy somewhere — and therefore it’s a problem.
The Times reader is left with few clues as to what the 14-year-old boy is even playing, outside of the generic descriptor that he’s always playing Xbox and talking with friends.
She uses the word purposefully, as a descriptor, in the same way she has blondish-brown hair and is 37 years old.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION