From: Perry L. Stepp (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Sep 04 1999 - 20:17:44 EDT
In my other message under this header,
> Both (as well as Abbott-Smith, my favorite) serve as fairly complete
> concordances because of their extensive citations of passages in which
should (of course) read "citations of passages in which terms ARE FOUND,"
not "terms apply." That'll teach me to type while I'm talking.
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