Richard HILLS richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Fri Nov 8 04:22:28 CET 2013


Richard Hills, 8th November 2013, parsing the revoke and claim Laws:

>The tricks accrued before a revoke are not subtracted by a rectification
>for that revoke.
>The tricks accrued before a claim are not subtracted by that claim's
>normal lines of play and/or doubtful points.

The well-informed Eric Landau, 21st July 2009, parsing Law 23:

No. "Well damage" is a meaningless phrase unless your water source is
broken. The phrase "could well damage" should be read as "could well
cause damage", not as "could cause well damage".

Not "could", which is equivalent to "might", but "could well", which is
closer in meaning to "is likely to".

Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey (1818):

"To come with a well-informed mind, is to come with an inability of
administering to the vanity of others, which a sensible person would
always wish to avoid. A woman especially, if she have the misfortune
of knowing anything, should conceal it as well as she can."


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