The chain also sells what it calls Perfect Cut molding, which has a two-sided profile that lets the weekend carpenter make just one cut, then turn the strip over and have two perfectly matched pieces, thus halving the chance of messing up.
"What's so funny is that when I got the manuscript back from my American publisher, the editor had put a big tick in the margin and written the word 'Perfect,' " Ms. Johnson said of her winning entry.
"Perfect" is used not of absolute perfection, but relatively to "babes," or those less ripe in Christian growth (compare Php 3: 12, 15, with 1Jo 2: 12-14).
I rationalized that for $4 each, I could stand to wear pants I didnâ€™t think were worthy of the title Perfect Pants but that were nonetheless acceptable.
Word Perfect is so much easier to use, and it makes much more sense.