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On Saturday, May 11, 2002, at 02:06 , Kenneth Van Oost wrote:
>> people developed a special, for everybody to understand,
> Sorry Wade, but this is drawn out of context, but yes of course this is
> what languages are for.
I didn't say that's what language is _for_, I said that's what language
The development of a pattern that is for everybody to understand.
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