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The English language has evolved over the centuries, so what
was probably good in Shakespeare's day does not do now. It's
pointless to argue about whether "most unkindest cut" is
grammatical because the Bard used it. It was then; it's not,
Carol Buchanan ( email: buchanan -at- nwlink -dot- com)