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Subject:Re: Cacheing the Wild Able From:SuePStewrt -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Sat, 29 Apr 1995 03:34:46 -0400
>>> Based on these rules, I'd say drop the "e" -- cachable.
Best to make it easy on the reader...which reads faster?<<
Another word or phrase would read faster and easier!
I regret the flip tone; but I really find the word both ugly and unnecessary,
as well as almost unintelligible in print. I suggest rewording to eliminate
the need to use this noun/verb as an adjective.
>>There probably is not an official 'written-down'
reference source as yet.<<
From your keyboard to His Ear -- and may there never be such a thing!