From: Bernard Taylor (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 02 1996 - 18:33:52 EST
On Tue, 2 Apr 1996, Edward Hobbs wrote:
> Of course, the original "King James" translation did not use
> italics for indicating words inserted into the text for clarity; rather
> than tell you what they did, I suggest you look at a facsimile.
... and when someone finds out, how about letting the rest of us know who
have mislaid our faxes. I am curious.
As for using square brackets, it gets my vote. I can't think of any
reason not to do it, except that we are not doing it.
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