Re: Theos-World Yes, Wry, some good examples might help
Feb 07, 2003 06:58 AM
(snip? If part of this is missing, I think only a letter, my computer did
this. Sorry) >ll its students were expected to do was individually form the
> "nucleus" (which means "A central or essential part around which other
> are gathered or grouped") -- not THE Brotherhood itself.
WRY: This is gobbledy-gook, plus no such nuculeus has been formed, as far as
I know, and there is NOT unlimited time to do so.
As far as YOU know!
Who am i?
Who are you?
Leaves an opening in the "fog" of life , doesn't it?
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