From: Carl W. Conrad (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 29 2002 - 07:56:33 EST
At 7:25 AM -0500 3/29/02, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
>The list seemed to dawn on me last night (unless it was a greater
It was evidently a greater darkness: I meant to write "the LIGHT seemed to
dawn." If in fact it was the LIST that seemed to dawn upon me last night,
then I was indeed enveloped in a much greater darkness!
>. . . . I now wonder whether Greek
>may sometimes be taught without that training, whether it's learned solely
>as a matter of recognition of written texts. If that's the case, it strikes
>me that even the institution of Unicode as standard for list citation of
>Greek will be any easier--unless people are able to copy and paste a
>Unicode GNT directly into the wording of a message to be sent to the list.
"it strikes me that ... " SHOULD BE: "I wonder whether ..."
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Emeritus)
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