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There are some very interesting and thoughtful comments here which, in my view, pretty much exhaust the topic. However, as a person who enjoys the pain of encountering malapropisms I owe a special thanks to geekynovice who used "curtsy" when he meant "courtesy". That was rather special, particularly when you consider the double entendre aspect of the misnomer. I'd also add, in passing, that the Latin expression to which he referred as "sur generis" is in fact "sui generis". Geekynovice chose his name wisely ... or was it just a lucky guess. Too bad he says he's a lawyer. Terry
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