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Topic: Re: Kids understand multi-digit numbers as early as age 3 ???
Researchers' blunder.

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Robert Hansen

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Re: Kids understand multi-digit numbers as early as age 3 ??? Researchers' blunder.
Posted: Jan 16, 2014 8:32 AM
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On Jan 16, 2014, at 6:50 AM, GS Chandy <gs_chandy@yahoo.com> wrote:

> You really do need to think a little more deeply on issues.

It doesn?t take much study at all to realize that the whole world uses the very common terms ?America? and ?American? to mean the USA and its citizens.

The real issue here is insufferable stubbornness. How it progresses like a cancer and consumes one?s senses as fast as it consumes one?s prospects in life.

This would have been my lesson for a very young GS Chandy.

Btw, do they even have ?New Year?s Resolutions? in India? You seem to have completely missed the meaning of my (and other?s) most recent posts to you. If you you wish to continue your feud with me, you will have to do so in complete solitude.

Bob Hansen

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