From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-29 09:46:47
Tobias Schwinger <tschwinger_at_[hidden]> writes:
> I'll use the term "variation" instead of "possibility" (as just proposed by Rob
> Tag types:
> ( changes: "variations of" inserted, corrected misplaced "(see reference)" )
> The kinds of a type to be synthesised and complex classification queries are
> described by *tag* types.
> A tag encapsulates one or more aspects of the kind of type.
> Tags which only encapsulate variations of a single aspect are called
> *aspect tags* in the following text (see reference).
> links to:
Lovely! "which" should be "that," though, at least by U.S. English
rules" Normally, "which" should only follow a comma in a fragment that
could be removed without altering the meaning of a sentence, as in "I
felt lousy, which might have been good since I didn't want to go
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