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    1. Thx, but, then again, not sure what you mean by that, what with:
      Middle English (in the sense ‘stupid’): from Old French, from Latin nescius ‘ignorant,’ from nescire ‘not know.’ Other early senses included ‘coy, reserved,’ giving rise to ‘fastidious, scrupulous’: this led both to the sense ‘fine, subtle’ (regarded by some as the “correct” sense), and to the main current senses.
      But, yet again, as John Cage said, we prefer laughter to tears!

    1. A notional symbol indicating positive. Or perhaps you meant ‘to posit.’ Some extremely cryptic comments to this post. I suppose what goes around comes around. I’m not even sure your comment qualifies as cryptic.

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