From: Wayne Leman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Aug 30 2000 - 00:28:24 EDT
Sorry for saying something I shouldn't have and that wasn't accurate, Clay.
Will try harder next time, and the next, and the .... (that's called
iteration, or iterativity, for those who like the -ity's!)
> > Clay isn't fond of this book, but it does tie the study of Greek to the
> > stuff of linguistics, and that's good.
> Wait a minute. I have not said anything about this book in a public forum
> for several years and I have not even SEEN the revised edition only the
> first edition. Even such noted and revered luminaries as Edward Hobbs have
> recommended this book and I am certainly not going to second guess Edward
> this subject.
> My main comment about the first edition was that it was very basic. Some
> people need a very basic book and I am sure it would not have come out in
> second edition if it wasn't being of any service.
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