Oldest list subscriber? (was: Re: Ending

Subject: Oldest list subscriber? (was: Re: Ending
From: Michael Collier <michacol -at- SBSERVICES -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 1996 13:17:38 -0400

Bill Burns wrote:

<snip>

<between *to* and the verb stem and its
<particles is an old convention (far older than the imposition of Latin
<grammar on writing convention--which has only been happening for the
last
<200 years or so, if memory serves me correctly).

Doe this make Bill Burns the oldest subscriber to TECHWR-L? Bill, what
else do you remember about the grammar conventions of 200 years ago?

Michael Collier
michacol -at- sbservices -dot- com
SOFTBANK Service Group
Buffalo, NY


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