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    pls correct me

    "slithering every thing is not gold" is this correct... i'm not sure...pls correct me

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    Re: pls correct me

    All that glitters/glistens is not gold.
    Last edited by Tdol; 07-Jan-2007 at 10:26.

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    Re: pls correct me

    William Shakespeare.


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    Re: pls correct me

    That depends on whether you want to state it as a quote or not. You can say: Slithering states that, "Everything is not gold."
    Or, you can write it:
    Everything is not gold.
    --Slithering

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