On Thu, 2 Dec 1993, Raymond Lauzzana wrote:

> I did not say that they were clear! I said that they were not sloppy!
> There is quite a bit of differemce.

Seriously: what's the difference?

I concede that 'clear' does not mean 'easy' if that's what you might have
thought that I originally meant. But it's seems to me that if they are not
'sloppy' then they are at least somewhere towards the other end of the
scale and closer to the 'clear' end. No? Doesn't the absence of
'sloppiness' imply at least a little bit of 'clarity?'

David Sucher
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