Re: typo in constitution.
On Tue, 13 Feb 2001, Santiago Vila wrote:
: On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, Malcolm Parsons wrote:
: > On Mon, Feb 12, 2001 at 11:25:51PM +0100, Santiago Vila wrote:
: > > > also s/noone/nobody/
: > >
: > > British English, not a typo (I think).
: > I am British, "no one" is two words, "noone" is a figment of your
: > imagination.
: s/noone/no one/ then. Changing the wording is not the same as fixing a typo.
If you like, but "nobody" means "no one":
nobody \No"bod*y\, n.; pl. Nobodies. [No, a. + body.]
1. No person; no one; not anybody.
BTW "Noone" is an Irish surname pronounced the same as "noon"
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