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Some time back (way back? - I checked archives back to
mid-96) someone offered a Frame<>Word comparison list.
I either (a) put my copy on the machine at the office I now
rarely visit (I'm a contractor working on-site) or (b)
somehow ''lost'' it on the home machine.
Bottom line, I'm begging for another copy.
(I'm so certain the offer was posted prior to the Ebonics
thing that I stopped by forward search at that point.
Apologies to all if I stopped too soon.)
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...do not make a statement that cannot be easily
understood on the grounds that it will be understood