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Topic: Permutation Groups
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Achava Nakhash, the Loving Snake

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Re: Weird usage of "unique" (was something else)
Posted: Oct 12, 1999 3:10 PM
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In article <3802F5BA.C922C331@intel.com>,
Michael =?iso-8859-1?Q?J=F8rgensen?= <Michael.Joergensen@intel.com>
> So will the word 'distinct' (instead of 'unique') become extinct?
> -Michael.

It's a unique possibility!


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