Re: Re Grammar

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    On Friday, April 12, 2002, at 04:26 , Price, Ilfryn wrote:

    > the variety of vocalisation we can make, and other primate species
    > cannot,

    Interesting. I would have perhaps said just the opposite, that we are
    not that different, nor others as limited, as we might think.

    Has there really been a study of the disparity and the greater range of
    vocalizations possible in homo sapiens, compared with, for example, some
    of the gibbons?

    - Wade

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