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April 27, 2007

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I have been using my equivalent of McKean's Law for some years. I will offer Hicks' Corollary: The already-high probability of a McKean error increases by 50% if the correction contains the word "quality".

If lexicographers were permitted to have groupies, I would certainly apply to be one of the aforementioned of Ms. McKean. :-)

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