Re: Terminology: NIC on board ?
And.....if a submarine was used for mass transit, would we get "on" the sub
instead of "in" the submarine?
Just what I need: another imponderable.
Thanks a lot. There goes my sleep tonight.
Bruce Byfield bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com 604.421.7177
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- Les Barker, "Eeyore's Speech From 'Piglet'"
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