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This word is legal jargon, though in other cases, such as the above, it is inflated prose meant to sound impressive or authoritative.

Hi

This sentence is talking about the word 'pursuant'. I don't understand why there aren't any articles before 'legal jargon' and 'inflated prose'. They are clearly not adjectives.

Thank you

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"Jargon" and "prose" are both uncountable. We mean, This word is [an example of] legal jargon.

This coat is winter clothing. This coat is [an example of] winter clothing.

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Ah, I see. Thanks for replying, Avangi.

PBF