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Subject:Re: How would you....? From:"DSNACQ::HARRISON"@TULSA.DOWELL.SLB.COM Date:Wed, 22 Jun 1994 10:23:42 -0500
Just to add my $0.02 . . .
By definition (at least in my Webster's Encyclopedic
Unabridged), an acronym is a *word* not an
abbreviation. I would think that the article of
choice would be the one that agreed with the word,
not the letters of the word, IMHO.
The Wordmaster, Inc.
harrison -at- dsnvx1 -dot- sinet -dot- slb -dot- com