[lg policy] In the Time of Declarative Sentences

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September  8, 2011

In the Time of Declarative Sentences

A term from the realm of grammar is picked up and used not in
its original sense, writes Geoffrey Pullum, but in a sense that the
user feels it ought to have.
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