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Subject:Re: use of he/she/they From:Beth Agnew <bagnew -at- INSYSTEMS -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 12 Aug 1997 16:38:54 -0400
Up here in the Northern wilderness us folks mos' often use the colloquial
phrasingology fer such stuff, like: "The user takes 'e's mouse an' chooses
'e's menu..., by gosh." or "Gar, 'e'll click dat button, fer sure."
Don't matter none, nohow. Dem pages get ripped outta da manule fer use inna
Sorry, it felt like Monday today, and I just couldn't resist. :-)
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