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Topic: Matheology § 177
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Michael Stemper

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Re: Matheology § 177
Posted: Dec 11, 2012 1:33 PM
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In article <>, WM <> writes:

>Matheology =A7 177
>{{I have often denied any benefit of the distinction between countable
>and uncountable.

You have regularly shown your cramped narrow lack of imagination, yes.
Fortunately, the rest of the world isn't subject to your limitations.

> English nouns are often described as
>"countable" or "uncountable".

"Often"? I don't think so. I'm a native English speaker, and I've never
heard the term before.


I was able to figure out what the terms meant before going to the page,
but this usage is completely irrelevant to mathematics.

Michael F. Stemper
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