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Re: Double iris

At 04:58 PM 97-10-04 -0600, Rima wrote:
>I agree with John.  It's sort of like gilding the lily (you should
>pardon the expression).
>Rima  terra@catskill.net

Rima, rather than 'gilding the lily' it is actually a case of 'gelding the
lily'. Examine what is taking place in the diubling process and you will

I do wish that line were original to me but I think it was Arthur Evans
from Arkansas who coined it.

John Montgomery

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