Charles Doyle cdoyle at UGA.EDU
Sun Jul 23 14:27:24 UTC 2006

Some text posted at "Bodies: The Exhibition," currently in Atlanta, says, "Our bodies are indeed intricately more complex and wondrous than all of the computers and gadgetry that surround us today" (Athens [GA] Daily News, 23 Jul. 2006, E1).

Eschewing the cliche "infinitely more complex" was commendable, but "intricately more complex" seems redundant--and perhaps unintentional?


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