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>Date: Fri, 10 Oct 1997 08:23:06 -0600
>To: Matt Ion <soundy -at- mail -dot- bc -dot- rogers -dot- wave -dot- ca>
>From: Elsa Kapitan-White <kapitan-white -at- sugar-land -dot- oilfield -dot- slb -dot- com>
>Subject: Re: "a lot" Question
>>On Thu, 9 Oct 1997 16:39:09 +1600, George Williams wrote:
>>>One more question-Someone sent me the correct spelling for alot.
>>>(a lot). Does anybody have some replacement words for "a lot", as
>>>used in a sentence. This is one coupling of words, I seem to use "a
>>Matt Ion responded: How about "frequently"? Or even "excessively"?
Remember, however, that "frequently" has time connotations.