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Re: It don't mean a thing ...

From: Alan <alan_at_erols.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 09:09:05 -0400
Message-ID: <2i61rfFjeo0jU1@uni-berlin.de>


This was a DICTIONARY definition. Read one. Here's another definition:

Explicit: Precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable.

You should all stop arguing and do some research.

"mAsterdam" <mAsterdam_at_vrijdag.org> wrote in message news:40bd122d$0$563$e4fe514c_at_news.xs4all.nl...
> > "Bill H wrote:
> >>
> >>Butcher the meaning of the word "facts", make "implicit"
> >>mean anything we want it to mean, and voila: a perfectly
> >>useless pontification that can be passed off to our youth
> >>as learning, who may not know any better. :-)
>
> Alan wrote:
> > "Implicit":
> > 1. Being without doubt or reserve
>
> Butchering "implicit" already.
> How about implicit as opposed to explicit?
Received on Wed Jun 02 2004 - 08:09:05 CDT

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