RE: Ob, ob, ob, oblete? Oblate?

Subject: RE: Ob, ob, ob, oblete? Oblate?
From: "Barbara Yanez" <BarbaraYanez -at- cogentsystems -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2003 10:03:03 -0800


Yes, I thought of that. But I am sure that they meant "oblique" - I feel
certain that this is not one of those cases in which a weird word is
used but commonly understood within the field. This software is very
low-end software that does nothing more than display records - and it
runs on the web - so that the lowest level law enforcement personnel and
also clerk-types can use it. I don't think they have a rare word in use
for users such as these.

: Leslie Lawson writes:

Always be very careful about what you change. I don't know the field at
all, but it is possible that this is a term that everyone in that area
familiar with, even if it isn't in the dictionary.

Sounds like you may have to do a bit of research to make sure it's a
misspelling and not a real term. After that, I'd say go for the change.

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