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Duane Hookom

My reply associated "q" with question. Therefore, I thought it was important
to provide an adequate "a" (answer).

If the subject was "a" then I would have probably replied with "b" and fully
expected that others would be put in a position of having to reply with "c",
"d",...

Others might have responded with "u" since "q" is almost always followed by
"u" (at least in the English language). Where it would go from there, I have
no clue. It they were followed by "i" and "t", I expect that would have been
the end of "it".

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Duane Hookom
MS Access MVP
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shouldn't that be r


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Ken Snell [MVP]

of course, using the old "acronym" of "on the QT", a reply of t might also
have been satisfactory.....
 
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Duane Hookom

I z you guyz are at z end of z thread...Excuse my while I catch some
ZZZZZZ's.
 
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John Vinson

It's harmless, though. Aardvark never hurt anybody.

A marvelous beast is the aardvark:
It speaks softly and not with a hard bark.
Some think its song sweeter,
But no it ant-eater:
Its sticky tongue makes it a marred lark.

- Joel Cohen, Harvard professor, ca. 1970 on being challenged to
create a limerick rhyming "aardvark"

John W. Vinson[MVP]
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Alan Mitchell

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John Vinson said:
A marvelous beast is the aardvark:
It speaks softly and not with a hard bark.
Some think its song sweeter,
But no it ant-eater:
Its sticky tongue makes it a marred lark.

- Joel Cohen, Harvard professor, ca. 1970 on being challenged to
create a limerick rhyming "aardvark"

John W. Vinson[MVP]
Join the online Access Chats
Tuesday 11am EDT - Thursday 3:30pm EDT
http://community.compuserve.com/msdevapps
 
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