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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Maybe she is saying, or meant to say, that 'daisy' comes from the Old English word dægesege, which itself comes from the older Anglo-Saxon dæges eage.
    Hi, bhaisahab,

    I think your explantion sounds reaonable. Thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Maybe she is saying, or meant to say, that 'daisy' comes from the Old English word dægesege, which itself comes from the older Anglo-Saxon dæges eage.
    But that is not close to what she appears to have said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    But that is not close to what she appears to have said.
    Hello, 2006,

    I have no idea what to say, except...

    I guess maybe we should call this professor and ask her, "Why did you say "OLDER", not "OLD" ???"

    "Your use of "older" just drives us crazy !!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPSX-UE View Post
    Hello, 2006,

    I have no idea what to say, except...

    I guess maybe we should call this professor and ask her, "Why did you say "OLDER", not "OLD" ???"

    "Your use of "older" just drives us crazy !!!"
    Who knows why she said it! Don't take it too seriously.

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