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Dodi Schultz
June 3rd, 2005, 09:16 PM
Len Goran, from whom I've already received a def, writes to Chris, under
the subject heading above ("Re: New Woid?"),

>> I spotted it a few minutes ago--I guess a title with the new word
>> would have been helpful.

Excuse me?

The subject line of my message posting the new word was: "Round 1615: NEW
WORD & DEFS DEADLINE".

How much more explicit a "title" would you want?

If Len is playing at the tapcis.com site: Is something getting lost between
the two venues?

--DS



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Toni Savage
June 4th, 2005, 08:21 AM
Len Goran, from whom I've already received a def, writes to Chris, under
the subject heading above ("Re: New Woid?"),

>> I spotted it a few minutes ago--I guess a title with the new word
>> would have been helpful.

Excuse me?

The subject line of my message posting the new word was: "Round 1615: NEW
WORD & DEFS DEADLINE".

How much more explicit a "title" would you want?

If Len is playing at the tapcis.com site: Is something getting lost between
the two venues?

--DS



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Len (and Toni) would like a title with the actual word itself in the title. The word "New" is meaningless in the current context, and not everyone can remember what round is coming up. TS