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    Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 07:51:58 -0400
    From: "Wade T.Smith" <wade_smith@harvard.edu>
    Subject: Re: Re Grammar

    On Thursday, April 11, 2002, at 04:34 , Price, Ilfryn wrote:

    > Hard to see selection for Grammar before Language.


    - - Wade



    I am intrigued....

    Do tell????

    I just had a thought today about something similar, whilst tuning my guitar.
    why do we have a 12 tone scale.? We can perceive all sorts of gradation in the
    frequency of sound waves? what sort of memes are these? no time to expound my
    full hypotheses here, but I do want to hear you explain the above passage.
    musical grammar before language???!!!!!!


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