Keyword Requests

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dirkr
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Posted Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:10AM

Is it possible to add Spam, the meat product, or is it considered as a product name?
It is already in use for some food photos but i see only the Spam=email option.
One more: can you help me to keyword a cheeseburger pizza?


Thanks

(Edited on 2013-04-25 06:24:00 by dirkr)


UPDATE: Spiced Ham (Ham) is now available. For cheeseburger pizza use the terms Beef (Red Meat) and Pizza. Use Cheeseburger Pizza in the title. 

(Edited on 2013-04-30 08:06:51 by ducksandwich)
Symbiont
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Posted Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:38PM

Please add:


Kaprun (ski area, town near Salzburg, Austria) -> http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaprun


Kitzsteinhorn (mountain, glacier) -> http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitzsteinhorn


Thx
Symbiont
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Posted Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:21PM
Posted By Symbiont:

Please add:


Kaprun (ski area, town near Salzburg, Austria) -> http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaprun


Kitzsteinhorn (mountain, glacier) -> http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitzsteinhorn


Thx



14 accepted, 30 in the row, please add Kaprun and Kitzsteinhorn:


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  UPDATE: Kaprun (Salzburg) and Kitzsteinhorn (Mountain) are now available. 

(Edited on 2013-04-30 08:46:14 by ducksandwich)
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Posted Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:29AM
 


Currently, under the British English selection savoury only maps to mint. Can the more usual meaning (ie, food that is not sweet) be added please? Eg, to differentiate between sweet and savoury scones or muffins? Thanks smile

UPDATE: Savory is now available as a search synonym on Savory Food (Food) in UK English. 

(Edited on 2013-04-30 09:05:22 by ducksandwich)
tupungato
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Posted Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:37AM

There is a town in Spain: Elche (also known as Elx). Elche seems to be elk or moose in German.


There is only disambiguation for moose. The town is quite well known, there is a monumental basilica and a UNESCO World Heritage Site palm grove. There are some photos of it in iStock and they are hard to find.


UPDATE: Elch (Alicante Province) is now available. 

(Edited on 2013-04-30 09:06:20 by ducksandwich)
kokkai
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Posted Wed May 1, 2013 6:49PM

Can we have The Three Sisters (New Zealand)? They're rock stacks around the Taranaki region.

http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/three-sisters-and-the-elephant/

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UPDATE: Pass on Three Sisters but Tongaporutu (Taranaki Reigon) is now available. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 12:01:23 by ducksandwich)
cokada
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Posted Thu May 2, 2013 9:28PM

Please add kw Chimarrão (non-alcoholic beverage). Traditional hot tea from Argentina and Brazil.


UPDATE: Chimarrao is now available as a search synonym on Yerba Mate (Hot Beverage). 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 12:11:52 by ducksandwich)
drferry
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Posted Fri May 3, 2013 8:26PM
/
/The word "kit" as a keyword gives three responses, none of which are a fox pup, so that definition needs to be added.  Also, for arctic fox, Vulpes lagopus, the genus Vulpes is recognized but not the species lagopus


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic_fox

(Edited on 2013-05-03 20:50:20 by drferry)


UPDATE: Pass on Kit. Use Fox Pup (Young Animal) instead. Vulpes Lagopus in now available as a search synonym on Arctic Fox. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 12:30:19 by ducksandwich)
drferry
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Posted Sat May 4, 2013 11:19AM
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/Please consider adding Baird's Sandpiper and its binomial Calidris bairdii to the CV.  Also, "shorebird" is a reasonable word and not a phrase, so please consider adding it also.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baird%27s_Sandpiper


UPDATE: Sitemail me when you have approved content available for Baird's Sandpiper. Pass on Shorebird. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 13:20:59 by ducksandwich)
drferry
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Posted Sat May 4, 2013 12:42PM
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/"Arctic Circle", which I belive is always capitalized, is defined in the CV as some sort of hamburger chain (!).  I think the definition of Arctic Circle as the latitude north of which the sun can remain continuously in the sky for some portion of the year should be added.  Just for reference, it is at 66° 33′ 44″ (or 66.5622°wink north of the equator.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic_Circle


UPDATE: Arctic Circle is now available as a search synonym of Arctic. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 13:23:08 by ducksandwich)
drferry
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Posted Sat May 4, 2013 1:29PM
/
/Elegant Tern and its binomial Thalasseus elegans need to be added to the CV.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elegant_Tern


UPDATE: Elegant Tern (Tern) is now available. 

(Edited on 2013-06-13 18:14:01 by ducksandwich)
Joesboy
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Posted Mon May 6, 2013 1:03PM
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/Can I get "Oblivious"  to also DA to  - unaware and/or unconcerned in addition to ignorance which is certainly valid in some contexts. It just sounds bad....Unaware also DAs to Ignorance. Or can someone suggest a keywaord for someone ambling along unaware of their surroundings, I just can't see searching on Ignorance to find someone strolling along oblivious to their surroundings. Help me if you can...


Thanks


UPDATE: Pass on this one. I think the various synonyms for Ignorance work for what you're trying to describe. Another term you may want to consider is Careless (Concepts). 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 13:30:13 by ducksandwich)
drferry
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Posted Tue May 7, 2013 1:34PM
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/The term "Canada" in the CV has as a daughter "Northwest Territories" but not Nunavut.  The CV does have Nunavut as a parent term.


Nunavut was separated from the Northwest Territories on April 1, 1999, and has as its capital Iqaluit (formerly Frobrisher Bay).  Nunavut is the least populous but the largest in area of the provinces and territories of Canada, and would be the fifth largest country in the world, if it were an independent nation.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nunavut


Also, please add "Red-necked Phalarope" and its binomial Phalaropus lobatus


Thanks!


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red-necked_Phalarope

(Edited on 2013-05-07 13:37:16 by drferry)


UPDATE: FYI - the in-house iStock search team is 100% Canuck. Nunavut (Canada) is already available and separated from the NWT. Red-Necked Phalarope (Phalarople) is now available. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 14:59:03 by ducksandwich)


Ugh. Spelling. 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 14:59:46 by ducksandwich)
Joesboy
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Posted Tue May 7, 2013 5:44PM

tabernacle  DAs to Mormon Tabernacle


Tabernacles existed long before the Mormons and there are many kinds


Can it just be a tabernacle like those found on altars in many Christian churches

(Edited on 2013-05-07 17:48:05 by Joesboy)


UPDATE: Tabernacle is now a search synonym of Reliquary (Religious Equipment) is now available. 

(Edited on 2013-06-13 18:17:52 by ducksandwich)
Joesboy
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Posted Tue May 7, 2013 5:46PM
Posted By Joesboy:
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/Can I get "Oblivious"  to also DA to  - unaware and/or unconcerned in addition to ignorance which is certainly valid in some contexts. It just sounds bad....Unaware also DAs to Ignorance. Or can someone suggest a keywaord for someone ambling along unaware of their surroundings, I just can't see searching on Ignorance to find someone strolling along oblivious to their surroundings. Help me if you can...


Thanks


UPDATE: Pass on this one. I think the various synonyms for Ignorance work for what you're trying to describe. Another term you may want to consider is Careless (Concepts). 

(Edited on 2013-05-07 13:30:13 by ducksandwich)

Can you explain what the work involved is to make the CV reflect the English language. Careless is an active state, Oblivious is a passive state that may or may not reflect Ignorance
CaroleGomez
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Posted Wed May 8, 2013 6:57AM
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/Would it be possible to add the British English meanings of surgery? In British English surgery doesn't just mean the act of performing an operation. We use it to describe what north American's call a doctor's office (so, it's a doctor's surgery) and also it means a time scheduled by your local Member of Parliament where you go to discuss issues with them.


Surgery currently doesn't have any disambiguation choices.


Thanks


UPDATE: Doctor's Sugery (Clinic) in UK English already has Surgery and Surgeries as search synonyms. Pass on relating surgery to appointment. 

(Edited on 2013-06-13 18:29:52 by ducksandwich)
CaroleGomez
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Posted Wed May 8, 2013 8:36AM
Posted By CaroleGomez:
 


Currently, under the British English selection savoury only maps to mint. Can the more usual meaning (ie, food that is not sweet) be added please? Eg, to differentiate between sweet and savoury scones or muffins? Thanks smile

UPDATE: Savory is now available as a search synonym on Savory Food (Food) in UK English. 

(Edited on 2013-04-30 09:05:22 by ducksandwich)


Thanks David! Any chance savoury can be done too? We spell it like that, and I just tried under the British English CV and savory now maps to the herb and savory food, but savoury is still just the herb. Thank you


 
DPimborough
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Posted Sat May 11, 2013 11:11AM

diet current definitions = Dieting (Body Concern) sub definitions Paleolithic Diet and
Low Carb Diet


diet can refer to food i.e. a healthy diet or staple diet or to eat
DPimborough
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Posted Wed May 15, 2013 12:53PM

Raisins are the only dried fruit


 


Is it possible to add Sultanas, Currants (as dried fruit used in baking)


 


At the moment all disambiguation points to Raisins


 


Thanks
inhauscreative
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Posted Sat May 18, 2013 6:26PM

Could you add a saying: " Reach for the Stars "


UPDATE: Thanks but pass. This is a tricky concept to define and populate appropriately. 

(Edited on 2013-06-27 15:37:01 by ducksandwich)
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