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Re: Most of the people and differences in sentence structure
A penny for your thoughts, and they don't have to be
on the Sinclair family alone from my view. Bruce
--- EMNEM1 <EMNEM1@Prodigy.Net> wrote:
> Someone once said, "Variety is the spice of life".
> I hope you continue to
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Sally Spangler <email@example.com>
> To: Sinclair Digest <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2001 10:20 AM
> Subject: Most of the people and differences in
> sentence structure
> > Hello, I suppose I am 'guilty' of not staying on
> Sinclair subjects, and
> > if that offends someone, I am sorry. But, there
> does not seem to be a
> > statement that says that is the only subject topic
> - our Sinclair
> > background.
> > Neil - if I wish for the person(s) on the other
> side of the internet
> > list to think about or respond to what I have
> written, I will use a
> > dash, or maybe a series of them. Dashes in a
> sentence are an accepted
> > punctuation, at least here in the Puzzle Capital
> of America -
> > Washington, DC.
> > So - what would the rest of you like to have?
> Stay on Sinclair subjects
> > only? In which case, I will say good bye. Sally
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