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like Canadian stuff.

I don't know if it's sincerity so much as just]]>Oct 25, 2012 10:10:46 PMOct 25, 2012 10:10:46 PMkirby.urner@gmail.com0Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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I will recommend for you a cherished old time (90s I think) radio program: "Dead Dog Cafe".]]>Oct 25, 2012 9:28:26 PMOct 25, 2012 9:28:26 PMniederberger@comcast.net1Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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<niederberger@comcast.net> wrote: >>Out here in the Pacific]]>Oct 25, 2012 5:41:59 PMOct 25, 2012 5:41:59 PMkirby.urner@gmail.com0Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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Oct 25, 2012 5:34:59 PMOct 25, 2012 5:34:59 PMASAPANS0Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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>Out here in the Pacific Northwest, we have the Warm Springs museum, wherein the local Warm Springs tribe, using income from]]>Oct 25, 2012 4:27:49 PMOct 25, 2012 4:27:49 PMniederberger@comcast.net1Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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<niederberger@comcast.net> wrote: > How about f.x]]>Oct 25, 2012 1:38:42 PMOct 25, 2012 1:38:42 PMkirby.urner@gmail.com0Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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Kirby was prescient. ;-)

Joe N ]]>Oct 25, 2012 1:02:30 PMOct 25, 2012 1:02:30 PMniederberger@comcast.net1Re: Math teachers can no longer use f(x)?
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line by Lands' End uses f(x) for its registered trademark, and she was wondering]]>Oct 18, 2012 10:20:42 AMOct 18, 2012 10:20:42 AMrenfr1dl@cmich.edu8