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Re: Re: While we're on the topic of words . . .
Subject:Re: Re: While we're on the topic of words . . . From:Fred M Jacobson <fred -at- BOOLE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 4 Feb 1994 13:31:44 PST
> So, Fred, were you at the Plymouth State conference in New Hampshire too
> (Kelly and I were, it turns out) or did you hear Dick Chisholm say "Any
> noun can be verbed" somewhere else, or is this yet another saying with a
> life of its own?
> Ann Amsler
It's been years, maybe decades, since I've been in New Hampshire.
It's also been a couple of years, at least, since I first heard that
observation. Sorry, I cannot attribute it.
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