Joseph S. Myers scripsit:

> Which just makes it the more curious that the Danish language version of
> the last Summer Time Directive
> <!celexapi!prod!CELEXnumdoc&lg=da&numdoc=32000L0084&model=guichett>
> specifies the start and end times of summer time in UTC, whereas the
> English language version
> <!celexapi!prod!CELEXnumdoc&lg=EN&numdoc=32000L0084&model=guichett>
> says Greenwich Mean Time.

Chauvinism and nothing but.  The English remain suspicious of any locution where
an adjective appears after its noun (unless indeed it is hallowed by centuries
of tradition, as in the case of "attorney-general").

Long-short-short, long-short-short / Dactyls in dimeter,
Verse form with choriambs / (Masculine rhyme):  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
One sentence (two stanzas) / Hexasyllabically
Challenges poets who / Don't have the time.     --robison who's at texas dot net

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