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Topic: Re: Brian cells lost threw drug abuse.
Replies: 2   Last Post: Jul 9, 1996 9:47 AM

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Max Shtein

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Re: Brian cells lost threw drug abuse.
Posted: Jul 4, 1996 1:05 AM
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Cornell Kimball (cornelk@primenet.com) wrote:
: The wonderful spellings in this thread's title -- a take off on the
: earlier thread named "Brain Cells Lost Through Old Age" -- to me points
: up the logic of simply adopting the commonly used variant "thru" as the
: *main* spelling for that word.

: One group working to promote a few such spellings is the Simplified
: Spelling Society. Their Web site is at:

: http://www.les.aston.ac.uk/simplspel.html


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