Posted by ESC on October 03, 2004
Someone posted this question earlier. I am just not sure. Can anyone help.
I'm just not sure how to do that. I'm going to past all this back at Phrase Finder in a new thread and see if some of the academics there can help.
And here is what I found online:
Web discussion forum posting
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1. Daniel LaLiberte, "HyperNews Instructions," 23 May 1996, (24 May 1996).
2. Art Saffran, "It's Not That Hard," 5 January 1996, (24 May 1996).
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