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Larry Bowen

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Re[2]: Boeing math
Posted: Dec 13, 1995 4:00 PM
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It's not a matter of superiority.
The two sentences have different meanings.

>So, Jack, in the above sentences, which is the "correct" phrasing? You seem
>to suggest that the sentence "Not all is well." is somehow superior to "All
>is not well." Of course, since 'not' is an adverb the preferred placement
>should be next to that which it modifies, in this case 'well' (how can an
>adverb modify a noun like 'all'?)
>Both you and Andrei seem to support the truth of the words: "A man hears
>what he wants to hear and disregards the rest, lie-la-lie"

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