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From: "Hamish Lucas"
Subject: Re: why there is "Round coil" transformer? what is the differencebetween ordinary one with "E" iron and "round coil" type?
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 11:55:38 GMT
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Organization: BigPond Internet Services (http://www.bigpond.net.au)
"Duncan McDonald" wrote in message
> Lizard Blizzard wrote in message
> > ----------------(from OED Mini-Dictionary)-----------------
> > PUNCTUATION - Apostrophe
> > Incorrect uses: (i) the apostrophe must not be used with a plural
> > where there is no possessive sense, as in ~tea's are served here~;
> > (ii) there is no such word as ~her's, our's, their's, your's~.
> > Confusions: it's = it is or it has (not 'belonging to it'); correct
> > uses are ~it's here~ (= it is here); ~it's gone~ (= it has gone);
> > but ~the dog wagged its tail~ (no apostrophe).
> > ----------------(For the Apostrophe challenged)----------------
> > From a fully deputized officer of the Apostrophe Police!
> But what about:
> ~the dog's tail wagged
> and for a group:
> ~the dogs' tails wagged
> Blog the Haggis says:
> "I'm pink therefore I'm spam..."
True, I couldn't help but notice also the bad grammar in the following
----------------(For the Apostrophe challenged)----------------
is there such a word as apostrophically? if so it would fit much better.
or at least 'grammatically would fit better...
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