Fwd: The repeated/quoted text in your message
Sounds a little corny to me. I think it's a spell checker gone wild.
I'm not sure if you can rely on Google Web searching, either. To make the
point to myself before making it to the group, I searched Google for
"exersize." It found nearly 7,000 sites.
> At 01:50 PM 10/25/2002 -0400, Ruby Isaacs wrote:
> >Is anyone familiar with the term "up-to-data"?
> >I think the author meant to type 'up-to-date' as an adjective in the
> >following sentence:
> >"The overwhelming response to these original reports and continued
> >requests for more detailed information indicated the need for an
> >up-to-data revision that would provide even more detail than the first two
> >However, the search engine Google found the term "up-to-data" on the
> >Internet on 3,140 pages.
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