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Since no one to whom I've ever mentioned this has already known it,
I'm glad that you didn't say, "The only people who know anything
aren't in Oklahoma." 8-)
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Subject: Come on!
Author: ,"Vollbach, Elizabeth" <evollbach -at- logicon -dot- com> at SMTP
Date: 7/18/94 9:23 AM
Did anyone on this list really not already know that "Mrs." is an
abbreviation of "Mistress"? Really, now! The only people who know
anything aren't all in Oklahoma, you know! Beth 8-)