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Hi Robin -
>> There might also be a pattern in the way it ends up.
>I was with you up to there. But what do you mean by "the way it ends up"?
The product, of course. Is there a pattern to the product of a process?
I'm not sure the word applies. There is a repetition, of say, microwave
ovens from an assembly line, but saying there is pattern from the oven
itself seems uncomfortable.
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