From: Marion Gunn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed May 04 2005 - 04:32:38 CDT
Exactly as you say below, John. Hence the need for to say 'historically
correct' in my previous msg.
However, the main thrust of my original msg is that when a 'linguistic'
site is advertised, it's a safe rule of thumb to search for a few pet
keywords, of which probably all have some (for example 'Irish'), and, if
something else has been substituted for said keyword(s), the chances
that the source advertised will also have grasped the wrong end of the
stick with regard to many other languages increase by 100 per cent and
the danger of referencing it by the same percentage.
John Hudson wrote:
> Marion Gunn wrote:
> > 6. 'Scotch' is called after the country to which it belongs.*
> As a colonial aside to Marion's terminological summary, I'll note that while Scots in
> Scotland call themselves Scots or Scottish, in the parts of Canada settled by Scots they
> still call themselves Scotch.
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> Truth and tolerance, by Benedict XVI, Cardinal Ratzinger as was
> A century of philosophy, by Hans Georg Gadamer
-- Marion Gunn * EGTeo (Estab.1991) 27 Páirc an Fhéithlinn, Baile an Bhóthair, Co. Átha Cliath, Éire. * firstname.lastname@example.org * email@example.com *
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