Re: Missing the sky
|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Monday, March 11, 2002, 11:11|
Muke Tever wrote:
>From: "Andreas Johansson" <and_yo@...>
> > >It would help me a little if someone could supply a sentence where,
> > >that border on the French flag is the agent or patient of a verb.
> > "Said border separates the blue from the white."
>Not a very meaningful sentence though, I imagine... it's kind of an odd
>anyway, since nothing *does* separate the blue from the white--they are
Well, more real than the border between, say, China and Russia - which you
can't even see*, but nonetheless quite important from a practical point of
view. But our brains seem to be wired differently when it comes to
mathematical lines, points etc.
*Sure, you can see the Amur River, but the river isn't the border, the
border just happens to lie in the river.
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