17/ABR/2008 9:00 AM
I did get what you meant. I just hadn't realized (known) that was a common usage. [google registers over 23,000,000 possible matches].
What I wondered was the choice for "without" since the pair 'within-without' does not seem to be semantically associated, right? [Am I mistaken once again? please, correct me]
I'd guess it's much more a sort of word play, maybe? It sounds good... that's it!?
Can we reason language????
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