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I just ran across the verb "architecting" three times in this morning mail.
The word architect appears in Websters 3rd dictionary as a verb (but I must
admit I htink it is awful, as well) - it is quoted from the Times Literary
Supplement, so maybe we Brits are to blame :-)
thirlwaym -at- usoft -dot- nl
Author of "Writing Software Documentation - A Practical Guide"
["I've got a headache" Anne Boleyn]
["We'll soon cure that" Henry VIII ]
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