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Re: naming - scholarly work on naming Huguenot practices
Posted by: djarrett (ID *****5436) Date: July 16, 2010 at 18:20:29
In Reply to: Re: naming - scholarly work on naming Huguenot practices by J Friedman of 28064

Mea culpa. :-(

I'm sorry, and am so embarrassed, please forgive me. Here I was, thinking dyslexia meant people read things backwards. I had no idea that it involved a lack of hand/eye coordination.

Oh, I am definitely thankful for spellcheck, it's just that sometimes, I forget to use it; and at times, ignore the prompts. And as far as white-out goes, if it made you the white-out Queen, I know I was definitely apart of your court. :-)

-djarrett


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