In article <Hp9vI4...@kithrup.com>,
David Silberstein <davids_aat_kithrup.co...@foilspam.invalid> wrote:
>In article <u42osv8nda8n21rgog4hqc02e498nib...@4ax.com>,Presumably fatal events by their nature can only happen to
>Bill Snyder <bsny...@airmail.net> wrote:
>>On 1 Dec 2003 18:56:51 -0500, jdnic...@panix.com (James Nicoll) wrote:
>>>>>I was wondering what would be the proper scientific term for the
>Both "brain" and "eat" are fine examples of words that derive from
>>>>Arguably we ought to be calling it ______'s Syndrome in honor of
>>> That would be me, I think.
>>Ah. Probably I should deduced that. But I fear Dorothy has the right
>Yet consider the precedent of Wolfgang Pauli: There is the physical
>Obviously, Nicoll's Syndrome (describing encephalophage victims)
a given person a handful of times in their lives?
My grandfather for example only died twice, once during the
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