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I'm glad to be corrected. Thanks, Carrol. ~ CR

Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
cr mittal wrote: "...only a man (I may be excused for using the generic
term)" -

No you may not because it is no longer the generic term. In (morally and
politically decent) English of the present "man" refers only to the male
gender. Its use as a generic term is anachronistic and vulgar.

Carrol


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