Wherelse??

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qazmlp:
Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.
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CyberCypher:
qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004:
[nq:1]Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.[/nq]
Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.

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Andrew Gwilliam:
[nq:1]Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.[/nq]
It's a spelling mistake for "where else".

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Martin Ambuhl:
[nq:1]Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.[/nq]
Whyshould it? Wherelse otherthan thedictionary didyou lookitup? Whyelide letters? Isthat thingin theroad a deadog?
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The Grammer Genious:
[nq:1]qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004:[/nq]
[nq:2]Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.[/nq]
[nq:1]Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.[/nq]
But there might be soon. We can't know.
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Gerald Smyth:
[nq:2]Does the word 'wherelse' exist? dictionary.com says 'NO'.[/nq]
[nq:1]It's a spelling mistake for "where else".[/nq]
Wherever did you get that idea?...g
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Andrew Gwilliam:
[nq:2]It's a spelling mistake for "where else".[/nq]
[nq:1]Wherever did you get that idea?...g[/nq]
Dude!

Andrew Gwilliam
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CyberCypher:
The Grammer Genious wrote on 21 Aug 2004:
[nq:2]qazmlp wrote on 21 Aug 2004: Believe it. There is no such word in standard use in any known brand of English in the world.[/nq]
[nq:1]But there might be soon. We can't know.[/nq]
Oh, there will be, for sure. Custom's lowest common denominator will see to that.

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The Grammer Genious:
[nq:1]The Grammer Genious wrote on 21 Aug 2004:[/nq]
[nq:2]But there might be soon. We can't know.[/nq]
[nq:1]Oh, there will be, for sure. Custom's lowest common denominator will see to that.[/nq]
Not that there's anything wrong with that. You mean. I assume.

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