Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 11th Apr 2012 22:23 UTC
Google "Here's a business riddle: divine Google's intentions for its largest-ever acquisition, the $12.5 billion purchase of the once-great, now-faltering Motorola Mobility. Motorola represents one of the thorniest strategic and operational challenges in Google's 14-year history. Oddly, few seem to be paying attention."
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RE: grammar check
by demetrioussharpe on Fri 13th Apr 2012 21:13 UTC in reply to "grammar check"
demetrioussharpe
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2009-01-09

"divine Google's intentions"

Did you mean define?


No, he means 'divine'. Such as, using a divining rod to search for water. Which is why he said "riddle". He means for you to search for Google's intentions.

He used the correct word to imply the correct meaning.

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