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Subject:Technical tongue twisters anyone? From:NANCY AMMAN <mgamman -at- LIMS01 -dot- LERC -dot- NASA -dot- GOV> Date:Mon, 24 Jan 1994 13:01:00 EST
The _allergic_ thread reminded me of this tongue-punishing paragraph:
_No property is to be removed from the [name removed] premises without an
appropriate property pass or resident contractor clearance permit, properly
prepared, approved, and processed as set forth herein. A properly approved
property pass or clearance permit ..._
The author wouldn't let us make any changes to this paragraph--even when we
pointed out its particularly pervasive problem. 8)
mgamman -at- lims01 -dot- lerc -dot- nasa -dot- gov
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