HELP NEEDED: How you pronounce pUC?

:-Peter obrien at pharm.med.upenn.edu
Thu Oct 10 17:13:05 EST 1996


In article <Pine.3.89.9610091953.A8011-0100000 at shu.sacredheart.edu>,
0152419 at shu.sacredheart.edu (swati pandya) wrote:

@--> i dont get it......:-(
@--> please explain?
@--> 
@--> --
@--> swati
@--> 
@--> On Tue, 8 Oct 1996, Francois Coulier wrote:
@--> 
@--> > On 8 Oct 1996, Richard P. Grant wrote:
@--> > 
@--> > > obrien at pharm.med.upenn.edu (:-Peter) writes:
@--> > > > 
@--> > > > 
@--> > > > Hmmmm, we use a vector called pRK7...nah, too easy
@--> > > 
@--> > > Well, maybe it's my staid English upbringing, but I saw 'pRK7'
and said 'perk 
@--> > > seven'.  Then I realized what you were driving at.
@--> > > 
@--> > > R
@--> > > 
@--> > > 
@--> > Can you explain to those poor guies who don't have english as their
mother
@--> > tongue?
@--> > Thanks a lot!


we might pronounce it "Prick" as in, um Prick your finger (the REAL reason
has been ROT13 encoded for propriety)

 Vg'f nyfb na Nzrevpnavfz sbe n cravf, be n ehqr crefba jub npgf yvxr n cravf.

:-Peter








More information about the Methods mailing list