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In-Reply-To: Phrasing Question, From: Charles Fisher <cha
>So far, my titles for the ressurection procedure are along the lines
>of "Correcting an accidentally recorded death" or "Correcting a
>record coded as deceased." Those are closer to what I want, but I want
How about, "Correcting a mistakenly recorded death"? "Accidentally" sounds
sort of like a legitimate death, e.g. auto accident; but a mistake is a
mistake. Or perhaps just "unrecording a death". Actually, I rather liked