Re: Words, meaning and things

>For meaning do we not look more to groups of words in context
> than to single words?
>Some words refer to things but many don't. Yet the latter may still be
>meaningful esp. in context.
>David M.
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I couldn't agree more.  I've got a cat named Jessica. I bought her a little
house in which she likes to sleep on cold days. In that context, is it a
Ted Brunner
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