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Subject:Re: Of highnesses and horses From:Mike Pope <mikep -at- ASYMETRIX -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 12 Apr 1994 11:00:00 PDT
Of course it's "free rein". In my book it's also, "bad-looking", not "badly
looking", but who's counting?
-- mikpe -at- asymetrix -dot- com
>To: Multiple recipients of list TECHWR-L
>Subject: Of highnesses and horses
>Date: Tuesday, April 12, 1994 6:43PM
>> In a popular introductory book on SGML entitled "Practical SGML" by Eric
>> van Herwijnen, the author says: " (...) Some call it creativity,
>> but inside organizations where the author has free reign over format ...
>** Free reign? Not free rein?
> Is there anywhere someone can look this up?
> Mark L. Levinson
> mark -at- dcl-see -dot- co -dot- il
> SEE Technologies, Herzlia, Israel
> (Free rain over Israel would be welcome...)