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Re: WALL PIER, PILASTER OR COLUMN

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Title: Re: WALL PIER, PILASTER OR COLUMN
Scott Maxwell wrote:
Last time I checked, those were still English words,...
Okay, you're right. I stand magnificently corrected, and hope you find much joy in your winning this battle of - dare I say it? - WORDS today.

Meanwhile, ask all the people in your office to define "espagnolette" without resorting to any outside references. Remind them, of course, that it's an ENGLISH WORD, and since you're victorious in this brief debate, you should take great pleasure in your superiority over THEM as well as ME.
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