Cheryl Singhal (csinghal@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Wed, 21 Aug 1996 16:02:54 -0400
On Wed, 21 Aug 1996, Kevin Doyle wrote:
> >>The solution to "microinterpretation," I believe, is precision in
> chosing the right words.
> Maybe. But not always. The same words mean different things to different
> people (I was going to say Scouters <g>). And those interpretations can
Say, for instance, a sign place about 100 ft before The ramp for Exit 32
"NEXT EXIT". Does that sign mean TURN HERE at Exit 32A, or does it mean
TURN AT THE 2nd right (32B), or does it mean, Exit 47 not Exit 32?
All those can be "next" under some definition.
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