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Words whose meanings address subsets of a larger set

Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2002 2:27 pm
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...is his castle?
Reply from Erik Kowal ( - England)

Words whose meanings address subsets of a larger set

Posted: Wed Jan 02, 2002 2:41 pm
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Gentlemen, gentlemen. This is a forum to clarify things to the casually interested reader. As it is, your exposition on this simple topic has divided readers into detrorotary and levorotary confusion. Even I, though normally immune so such, am exibiting unstable racemic reactions. Remember, even Heisenberg admitted a bit of uncertainty as to his principle! A fine detrorotary pair of polemical Hudibrasians you are!*G*
Reply from Leif Thorvaldson (Eatonville - U.S.A.)