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Mark Wilson emory2oo2 at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 7 22:55:09 EST 2000

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Steven wrote:

>It is possible that EIS is used here to indicate result: "Death is 
>up resulting in victory."

BTW, I have removed any reference to "up" (as in "swallowed UP") since the 
prefix KATA means "down."

When I read the EIS might mean RESULT, a question came to mind. Can "result" 
also have the sense:

"Death has been eliminated, having resulted FROM a victory"

Just wondering how Result can be expressed.

Thank you,

Mark Wilson

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