From: A. Brent Hudson (
Date: Tue Apr 30 1996 - 03:06:15 EDT

-- [ From: A. Brent Hudson * EMC.Ver #2.5.02 ] --

Can GAR ever introduce extreme examples of a general assertion? An example
in English would be:
 Children like sweets more than vegetables
        since (GAR)
 they do no know about nutrition,
        moreover (GAR)
 some children refuse vegetables altogether just to upset their parents.
[now everyone knows what my major battle was today :-) ]

Can GAR have the sense of "moreover" in this third clause? BAGD comes close
to saying this (GAR, 4) but stops short of "moreover."

Thanks in advance,
 Brent Hudson

 A. Brent Hudson 
 Graduate Program in Religious Studies	
 McMaster University,			
 Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA		

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