RE: Who's the Wizard(ess) with Word 2000 Style Sheets?

Subject: RE: Who's the Wizard(ess) with Word 2000 Style Sheets?
From: "Jonathan Stoppi" <stops -at- qualum -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2001 11:31:35 +0200

Jane Carnall wrote:

>>."Wizard" is a neuter word: the "ess" ending is unnecessary.<<

Jane, I'm surprised at you. As anyone who knows their Pratchett would know,
wizards are most definitely male only. Women with the gift of magic are
called witches - and altogether better to have around in times of crisis.

- Jonathan Stoppi
The Tall Guy (who would be Carrot)

"Ragged wisps of cloud clung to the lesser peaks below the mountain along
which the wizard slithered and slid. A few slot-eyed goats watched him with
mild interest. It doesn't take a lot to interest goats."
(- Sourcery / Terry Pratchett).




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