Re: Standard definition

From: Bill Spight (
Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 17:54:44 GMT

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    Dear Wade,

    > > Performance is only
    > > in the action. If Wade intends to include conditions as well, fine. I
    > > think he should.
    > The performance always includes the stage, yes. I not only should, I do.

    I'm glad. :-)

    So, then, "Stopping at red lights," "Refraining from taking things that do not belong to you," "Being nice to your mother," "Wearing matching colors," and so on, are performances, not just stopping, refraining from taking things, being nice, and wearing clothes (although they are performances, too). Right?



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