From: clayton stirling bartholomew (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 19 2000 - 23:48:20 EST
>From: "Carl W. Conrad" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> What were you drinking during those several more moments, Clay?
Celestial Seasonings "Mandarin Orange Spice" tea, my third cup in two
hours. I need to cut back on this.
> The one problem I see with all five of Clay's suggestions--two, if we
> disregard the first three--is that something more is still needed to
> coordinate with "than"--unless (perhaps) Porter meant to write "more"
> rather than "the most ..."
Carl is right. No one word will do the trick here if you want a smoothly
flowing sentence. But one word is enough to fill in the sense.
Before getting too excited about this one needs to go back and read a
few random paragraphs from Porter's Ph.D. dissertation. This will put
the whole question in perspective.
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