Nine months ago, when we retired the Tighten This! weekly contest, we did so thinking that the contest had transformed the way all people, everywhere, write. We suspect that we came awfully close to doing exactly that. Obviously, though, we missed someone, as you’re about to discover. We—by which we mean, in this case, you—still have work to do.
So we present this Special Emergency One-Time-Only Revival Competition Edition of Tighten This!
The sentence below (spied in an email and submitted to us by faithful word wrangler and frequent Tighten This! champion Julian Cable) contains a word we’ve never seen. It also contains Staff, staffability, Staffability, and staffing. It has nouns galore—and consonance (“process to prevent potential profit”).
Time’s a-wastin’. Let’s get to it.
Effective May 11th, 2017, we have kicked off Sprint 2 of the Staff as Solutioned initiative with the introduction of a formal Domestic approval on Domestic staffability from relevant Staffability approver(s) during the deal release process to prevent potential profit leakage due to staffing issues.
Marcia and Ray