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> From: Jerry Kindall <kindall -at- MANUAL -dot- COM>
> In my mind "newspapering" would be
> something a reporter or a publisher does.
Or, I newspapered the cat box before adding the litter.
> what exactly makes "Mondaying" different from "Tuesdaying"?
It depends on what you do. Like wintering in Palm Springs and summering in
> And is
> saying Albright "diplomatted" redundant after saying she "Kissingered?"
I believe so. I would have said, "Albright Kissingered" and left it at
In my teens (late '70s), I would have said, "Albright pulled a Kissinger."
Manager, Technical Publications
Materials Research Corporation, Semiconductor group
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