One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘When there is trust, the truster is made vulnerable, while the trusted is invested with some degree of discretionary power: he is trusted precisely over those areas for which there is not full, pre-established, contractual agreement.’
- ‘The truster is at risk of being let down, disillusioned, or betrayed because the truster relies on the trusted.’
- ‘There are more trusters than doubters, but the gap is perilously close for such a high-risk war plan.’
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