One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Only those who have an immediate need to know, including, but not limited to, the investigator, the complainant, and the alleged harasser or retaliator shall be provided with the identity of the complainant and allegations.’
- ‘Perhaps you have met a retaliator; this person is a pretty decent fellow, except that he will respond in kind, if attacked.’
- ‘The Internet is made up of countless interconnected devices, and any innocent routers between the attacker and retaliator would suffer at least twice in a counterstrike.’
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