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Subject:Latin words and phrases From:DAVID IBBETSON <ibbetson -at- IDIRECT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 31 May 1996 16:33:54 -0400
Bill Burns writes:
>BTW, we're in agreement on the use of Latin borrowings as well; I just like to
>stay away from proclaiming an absolute ban on their usage. (Always avoid
>absolutes--and alliteration. ;-)
"Agreement", "use","Latin", "proclaiming", "absolute", "usage", "avoid",
"absolutes" and "alliteration" are Latin borrowings.
Doubtless Bill's sentence could be rewritten, but I'm not going to try.
David (the idiot who knows little Latin and less Greek) Ibbetson
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