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Subject:Re: redundancy From:Romay Jean Sitze <rositze -at- NMSU -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 9 Dec 1994 00:50:35 -0700
I would vote to retain the redundancy, but hope you can find a better way
of phrasing the sentence. In this case, I believe the redundancy both
helps to clarify the nature of the warning and reinforces its importance.
> "Always operate at speeds that allow you to have complete control of the
> tractor / and can maneuver safely or stop in case of an emergency."
> Probably not the best sentence to begin with, but his feeling was that
> "complete control" would imply "maneuver safely. . . ."
> Pete Praetorius ,--O
> ppraeto -at- hubcap -dot- clemson -dot- edu _ \<,_
> ppraeto -at- clemson -dot- clemson -dot- edu (_)/ (_)