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Sherry You are right; i'm not a medical student. I ... it will be possibly by the end of the year.

Well, that earns the creep a big fat plonk in the killfile...He's probably lying about everything else, too.
-L.
Whoa. One's left to wonder why Iso can't be content w/ providing links & short excerpts, instead of plagiarizing.
Cathy

"Staccato signals of constant information..."
("The Boy in the Bubble") Paul Simon
2. Agreance isn't a word. Neither is agreeance. Your "big" words don'tfrighten me. They amuse me. You try so hard. Sherry

I agree with you that agreance isn't a word, but agreeance sure as hell is..


Carrie
Interesting.
American Heritage Dictionary, no definition
Merriam-Webster, no definition.
Cambridge Advanced Dictionary, no definition
Cambridge Dictionary of American English, no definition. ourdictionary.com, no definition.
OneLook Dictionary, no definition.
Only the website you list claims to have an entry. But you have to pay $19.95 to read it?
I'll be the first to apologize if I'm wrong, butt I just find that very odd. Not that it's important, or even remotely on topic, though.

Sherry
frighten I agree with you that agreance isn't a word, but agreeance sure as hell is.. http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=agreeance Carrie

Interesting.

You've never heard the phrase "we are all in agreeance"? (fred durst was made fun of for using it, then it turned out it was a word)

http://www.nbc4.tv/irresistible/2026121/detail.html

LOL
It is becoming obsolete, but it IS a word.

~kaeli~
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You've never heard the phrase "we are all in agreeance"? (fred durst was made fun of for using it, then it turned out it was* a word) http://www.nbc4.tv/irresistible/2026121/detail.html *LOL It is becoming obsolete, but it IS a word. ~kaeli~

LOL here too. That's really funny, thanks for posting it. Color me wrong! (although my defense has to be that I wasn't around in 1714 which the article says was the latest usage)
Sherry
frighten I agree with you that agreance isn't a word, but agreeance sure as hell is.. Carrie

Interesting. American Heritage Dictionary, no definition Merriam-Webster, no definition. Cambridge Advanced Dictionary, no definition Cambridge Dictionary of American English, no ... if I'm wrong, butt I just find that veryodd. Not that it's important, or even remotely on topic, though. Sherry

I know it wasn't on topic, but I sure as hell didn't want to get involved in the war o' words that was going on...I just had to say that..donno why..not trying to cause *** or anything...
Carrie
I know it wasn't on topic, but I sure as hell didn't want to get involved in the war o' words that was going on...I just had to say that..donno why..not trying to cause *** or anything... Carrie

Oh, I'm sorry Carrie. I didn't mean you. I meant me. I'm the one who started it.
Sherry
You've never heard the phrase "we are all in agreeance"? ... becoming obsolete, but it IS a word. ~kaeli~

LOL here too. That's really funny, thanks for posting it. Color me wrong! (although my defense has to be that I wasn't around in 1714 which the article says was the latest usage) Sherry

I was an English minor and a literary magazine editor for awhile, and I had never heard it, either. Weird.
-L.