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Re: sport of a sport

In a message dated 05/11/2000 10:50:44 AM Central Daylight Time, 
zumach@execpc.com writes:

<<  do sports have their own sports?

Yes, a sport is any change from the "normal" plant.
If the sport sports back to it's presport form it's has reverted back.

Neat splash sports to yellow Splash Rim then after a few years puts up sports 
of Neat Splash ago.  It has reverted back to its original form.

But if it has produced an all yellow form, then the yellow sport is a sport 
of the yellow splash rim, which is a sport of 'Neat Splash'


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