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Robins, male and female of the species,

There have been very few complaints about the dicussion on Hosta
plagiarism. I simply want to point out that if readers have paid close
attention and read all that was written and all of the references
mentioned in the discussion, you would now be an expert in Plagiarism .
You would also have learned a lot, lot more about many new hosta sports,
their relationship to their progenitors and sister sports, their
discriptions, origin, history and many of the look-alikes and how they
fit on many Hosta Wheels, Modified Benedict Crosses, Artist's Pallettes
Groups of Related Sports and Clans of Sporting Clones. You would have
moved significantly forward in becoming an expert in hostadom. See what
you missed???

So there is always an upside and a downside to any issue.

Jim Hawes

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