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By the way, I am forever reading "a lot" spelled as "alot." Is this acceptable
** I hope not. I'm still wondering who let "anymore" into the
dictionary as a single word.
PS - The second "a" in "scalable" pretty well takes care of keeping
the first "a" long. It ain't an "e" but it's a vowel...
Adobe uses "scalable" to refer to fonts. Wasn't there just a
whole long discussion on this, or was that on another list?
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If God intended one space between sentences, why do we have two thumbs?