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Subject:Re: 'Author' vs. 'Write' From:Robert Plamondon <robert -at- PLAMONDON -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 4 Jun 1997 22:38:55 -0700
If you can write, you write things. If you can't write, you
(Similarly, someone who creates or operates engines is an
engineer, while someone with the appropriate Impressive Official
Certificate is a "professional engineer." Admittedly, there
is some overlap between the categories, though I don't believe
I have ever met a licensed engineer in my high-tech
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