Jerome Foster funex79 at CHARTER.NET
Wed Jun 18 16:24:51 UTC 2003

As one who was also born and bread (mostly Jewish rye) in NYC (mostly
Brooklyn) I certainly remember anyways as being commonly heard growing up in
the 30's.

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Subject: anyway(s)

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> I heard this morning a radio personality use anyways several times.  My
> use is anyway, I think.
> In DARE the entry is designated "now chiefly Sth, S Midl."  The radio
> personality was born and bread in New York City.
> I notice that anywheres does not have any regional restriction.
> Comments?

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