What is a linquistic architect?

Update:

I'll expand on this a little. A friend of mine sent me an IQ test. I did fairly well (154), the results concluded that I was a linguistic architect and now I feel like an idiot because I don't know what that means....and no, I don't get paid alot and I do more than the pay is worth!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    This sounds like a poetic expression, used to describe someone who can do a lot with language. It seems like you're perhaps trying to understand a reading passage very literally. Without telling us about the context where this phrase appears, we can't tell you for sure.

  • 1 decade ago

    Not sure, but I'm willing to bet that they get paid an awful lot for doing very little!

  • Raimon
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    1 decade ago

    An architect that draws project drawings with his/her tongue!

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