funex79 at SLONET.ORG
Fri Jun 16 20:01:06 UTC 2000
safire's in the sunday new york time magazine section which is on the web.
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From: "Aaron E. Drews" <aaron at LING.ED.AC.UK>
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Sent: Friday, June 16, 2000 12:55 PM
Subject: "on Language"
> > About a year ago, William Safire stated in his column that his
> >Syracuse University professor had coined the term "social climber."
> > I instantly found an earlier hit on JSTOR, and Fred Shapiro found
> >an even earlier citation and posted it here. (The New York Times
> >"On Language" column was never corrected.)
> What day of the week is On Language printed. I no longer get the
> print version of the IHT and I don't know if I can read the feature
> columns on-line, but it would help if I knew which day of the week's
> archive to sift through (I vaguely remember that it's the same in the
> IHT and the NYT).
> Aaron E. Drews The University of Edinburgh
> http://www.ling.ed.ac.uk/~aaron Departments of English Language and
> aaron at ling.ed.ac.uk Theoretical & Applied Linguistics
> "MERE ACCUMULATION OF OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE IS NOT PROOF"
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