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Marilyn O'Leary wrote:
> Techwr-lers: I am looking for help from a person who is into linguistics,
> especially semantics, on the academic level. If you are, please respond to
> me directly or pass this on to another and ask that he or she respond
> directly. I am confused about theory and theory application - not something
> we all think about very much, so I don't want to clutter up the list with
> specific questions. I am posting this query in hopes that someone has this
> knowledge and interest, and has time to help me get this snarl out of my
> brain!. Have a good day and a good weekend. Marilyn
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