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Subject:Re: Inventing new words? From:"Glenn J. Lea" <gjlea -at- HOOKUP -dot- NET> Date:Fri, 10 May 1996 21:42:18 -0400
>>Come on guys, has no-one got a dictionary? Sure, prepend exists
>This is interesting. Prepend is NOT in the American Heritage
>dictionary. There is an adjective, prepense, which means premeditated.
Not in mine either....
But then again, my home desk dictionary is a 1947 Websters. It
doesn't even have a separate listing for for Computer! (or carpal
tunnel syndrome, or eye strain, or "bleeding edge of technology,"
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