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Christensen, Kent wrote:
>Yes, it can be called "silly," but anyone with university experience of
>knows instantly the meaning of this shorthand. A bit related to the
>poll question, yes? Interesting to learn this shorthand is not yet
Indeed, it seems unlikely that it ever will be multicultural: from your
clear explanation, its meaning is dependent on the American college degree
system. (Like "horses for courses"... <g>)
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