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From: "Pierre Aronax" <>
Subject: Re: Charlemagne to Agnes Harris
Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 13:01:38 +0200
<> a crit dans le message de
> In a message dated 8/28/2004 2:48:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> > > The source for this is the Encyclopaedia Brittanica.
> > > What is your source for opposing it?
> > > Will
> > What would be the source for a negative? If I say: "Maddison is the
> > of the Northern USA", what will be the source for opposing it?
> > I'm French, I know relatively well French history, I don't even see what
> > "capital of Northern France" can mean. Is there also a "capital of
> > France" and is this title also awarded by the redactors of Encyclopaedia
> > Brittanica? It seems that some people here don't understand well what a
> > source is.
> > Pierre
> Sorry hot air doesn't impress me.
Nothing seems to impress you.
> If you have a source, then state it. If not then go away.
A source for what? A source who says "Rouen is not the capital of Norther
France"? How can they be such source since there is nothing like a capital
of 'Northern France'?
You claim Rouen was "the capital of Northern France": what is your source
for that? An Encyclopedia is not a source.
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