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Re: Stones/Rocks (ahem!)

At 01:24 AM 2/20/97 +0000, Linda Mann wrote:

In response to the expanding thread:
>There aren't enough names in all forty leven million languages to name all of
>my rocks.

But at least we aren't constrained by the number of letters
and/or the number of words we can use - so if we want to
name one "The Mother Rock From Which All The Rocks In The
World Have Sprung" (the one next to our garage) we can do so!


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