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Re: Pedagogy: Course Structure
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1361  Thursday, 6 July 2000.

From:           Syd Kasten <
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Date:           Wednesday, 5 Jul 2000 23:21:51 +0300 (IDT)
Subject: 11.1328 Re: Pedagogy: Course Structure
Comment:        RE: SHK 11.1328 Re: Pedagogy: Course Structure

  John Briggs searched, found, shared and asked

>I had been experiencing more than my normal sense of confusion in trying
>to follow the discussion on the word 'presently', so I wandered over to
>a colleague's copy of the "Pocket Oxford Dictionary".  Sure enough,
>there I found:
>
>presently adv. soon, after a short time; US & Sc. at the present time,
>now.
>
>That seems clear enough, except for the question: where does that leave
>Canada?

A non?

Affectionately,
Syd Kasten
Jerusalem
 

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