What Do We Make of CWRIS and ANDRES?
emory2oo2 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 18 13:32:07 EDT 2001
Ward wrote concerning CWRIS:
This is in accord with a standard
>CWRIS meaning "besides, in addition to", as the lexica tell us.
Can someone provide me with a few examples where CWRIS clearly means
"in addition to" ?? I recall my UBS3 dictionary giving that gloss,
but I was never able to confirm it. If this is "a standard use," I
guess I would prefer examples from the GNT.
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