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Subject:Re: Ref: The new way to office From:Tom Lange <Tom_Lange -at- CCMAIL -dot- BMC -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 13 Feb 1996 15:21:56 CST
According to my dictionary grow means developing, growing, expanding,
and increasing. I keep hoping I can grow my business by doing all of
Just one Texan's opinion.
tom_lange -at- ccmail -dot- bmc -dot- com
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Subject: Ref: The new way to office
Author: Ray Fernandez <@crow.bmc.com,@NOTES.WORLDCOM.COM:Ray_Fernandez -at- LDS> at
Date: 2/13/96 3:10 PM
On a similar note, does anyone have a problem with the verb grow in the
following question: "Do you want to grow your business?" You can grow hair, and
you can grow old. But can you grow a business? Thoughts, opinions, and views?