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In a message dated 12/1/2001 11:02:34 PM Central Standard Time, Wade Smith
> >The word "meme" is briefly discussed in a footnote
> Which is perhaps, where it should reside, and might, after all....
> And now, off to fetch your paper.
> - Wade
Yes, too much argumentation has swirled around the various interpretations of
a few neologisms. People who may be trying to say fairly similar things can
find small differences seeming larger due to different word definitions.
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