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On Tue, 9 Jan 1996 Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 96-01-09 19:58:22 EST, email@example.com (Adam
> Yates) writes:
> >I have. The paleoanthropologists use the term "hominin" to describe a
> >member of the tribe Hominini (you know those bipedal primates that used
> >to have a family all of their own). If this is correct then I guess the
> >terms we are looking for (as horrible as they might sound) are Albertosaurin
> >and Tyrranosaurin.
> Pretty cruddy. I'm going to stick with my own scheme. But I must admit
> "homininid" (which would be the derivative according to my scheme) is worse
> than "hominin." Both of them really scrape the barrel bottom, though.
Hmmm, sounds like an ad hominin attack to me.
xenopathologist at large!