Rudolph C Troike rtroike at U.ARIZONA.EDU
Tue Jan 29 05:27:14 UTC 2002

Back in the stone age of 1962 I published an article naively titled
"Researches in Coahuiltecan Ethnography", which was a collection of
separate research studies from various sources brought together under one
roof. It seemed not unnatural to title it thus, though I agree that like
other normally noncount nouns, it has a different meaning (like "sugars")
when pluralized, i.e. of differentiated instantiations of whatever, and is
not commonly used. I hope this doesn't still violate dInIs' and Lynne's


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