Message from discussion How come they say aided AND abetted?
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Subject: Re: How come they say aided AND abetted?
From: bozo <Bozo_De_N...@37.com>
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On Oct 15, 10:31=A0pm, Tommy Joe <j...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> On Oct 15, 4:53=A0am, bozo <Bozo_De_N...@37.com> wrote:
> > It wasn't a phony question, and besides, if i can get a distinguished
> > answer like "aid means help, and abet means urge", I'll take that any
> > day over Wikipedia.
> =A0 =A0A dictionary ought to do the job.
okay well then what i meant to say was if i can get a short
distinguished answer like "aid means help, and abet means urge", I'll
take that over Wikipedia or your contentious ramblings any day