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On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 10:26:56AM +0100, Vincent Campbell wrote:
> Sorry to butt in, but this line does draw one's attention-
> > >>The best way to use any word is entirely a matter of opinion.
> I agree with Wade, although I suspect it's a matter of clarifying
> your meaning. IF you mean that there are no absolutely correct, or neutral,
> ways in which to use words, then that's fine.
Drop "absolutely" and "or neutral" and that's what I mean. The only
"correct" usage is that which achieves what the user wants.
(The bit about neutrality is probably right too, but it's not what I'm
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