new BAGD, etc.

From: Jay Stigdon (
Date: Tue Nov 09 1999 - 01:30:47 EST

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<font face="Book Antiqua">Fellow b-Greeks;</font>
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I have been wondering about the "new" BAGD that is scheduled to be released
around May of 2000. After searching the archives, (which gave me many belly-laughs
as I noticed the expected due date repeatedly slip into the future) the
best advice I have found is :</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp; 1)&nbsp;&nbsp; A lexicon in the hand
is worth 2 at the publisher's&nbsp;&nbsp; (Jim West)</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp; 2)&nbsp; It is SUPPOSED to be a vast
improvement on an already excellent work (Jonathan Robie)</font><font face="Book Antiqua"></font>
<p><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp; Could you please elucidate on HOW much
of an improvement this new edition will be?</font>
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<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp; Also...I have been given the task
of finding the difference between REMA and LOGOS.&nbsp; With my finite
mind and resources, the nearest I can figure is LOGOS has more to do with
HOW it is stated, and REMA with WHAT is stated. Am I completely off here?</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Thank you, and God bless;</font>
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Jay</font><font face="Book Antiqua"></font>
<p><font face="Book Antiqua">"That which does not kill a man makes him
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">"That which does not kill a man must have
missed him"-Miowara Tomokato</font>
<br><font face="Book Antiqua">"That which does not kill me had best leave
me incapable of returning fire"-Phil Haley</font>
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