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Louis Talman

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Re: Inclusive and exclusive definitions... again!
Posted: Mar 28, 2010 11:12 PM
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On Mar 28, 2010, at 3:37 PM, GS Chandy wrote:

> Allan Turton posted Mar 27, 2010 12:34 PM:
>

>> I wouldn't mind (well, not too much) if a government
>> or non-government body proposed a hierarchy and
>> definitions that were different to the ones that I
>> work with, so long as they were explicit and
>> internally consistent. If you can do that Lou, you've
>> got my vote for king!
>>

> My vote would be for a 'non-government body' (including elements
> from government) to do it.


Well, in favor of my proposal, let's note that I wouldn't be a
government body---at least not until Allan and others elect me king.

Of course, I probably won't succeed until after the election...


- --Lou Talman
Department of Mathematical & Computer Sciences
Metropolitan State College of Denver

<http://rowdy.mscd.edu/%7Etalmanl>



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