E. Prime or what?

Subject: E. Prime or what?
From: "Tom Bayston Jr." <ind00007 -at- PEGASUS -dot- CC -dot- UCF -dot- EDU>
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 1995 22:57:09 -0400

My tech writing professor said there was a lot of discussion on TECHWR-L
about "E. Prime" or "E-Prime"... meaning the basic, "standard" English
language.

As part of my class assignments, I have been attempting a search of the
TECHWR-L archive database, but with no success (see database query below).

If such a topic exists or existed on TECHWR-L, how the heck are you
spelling it?

P.S. Time is of the essence...

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Tom Bayston Jr.
University of Central Florida
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On Sun, 16 Apr 1995, BITNET list server at OSUVM1 wrote:

> > SEARCH FOR 'Eprime' or 'E-Prime' or 'E. Prime' or 'e-prime' in TECHWR-L
> --> No hit.

> > INDEX
> --> No hit in previous search, nothing to list.


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