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TOPIC: What dictionary do you want to stand on?

What dictionary do you want to stand on? 3 years 1 month ago #351


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The universe occurs to me as a fractal of primordial energy to be manifested into the material by intention.

What dictionary do you want to stand on? 3 years 4 weeks ago #359


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I want to stand on their dictionary.

Because asking them for a precise, static, permanent, and full meaning of each word they use in their claim, is damning for them.

And it is very revealing for us.
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1. Know who you are.
2. Know who has the burden of proof.
3. NEVER argue.
4. Know, and/or document your remedy.

What dictionary do you want to stand on? 6 months 3 weeks ago #784


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+amdg+
Have had success referencing both Black's and Bouvier's.
Interestingly, Bouvier's has presented multiple definitions for "forgery", which I have used in responding to claims, and have never heard back from them again.
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