"Paul Sampson" <paul.sampson at zztradezone.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Adrian Ian Skilling wrote in message <85v35b$5nn$1 at trog.dera.gov.uk>...
>> >> but i think it is worth mentioning that we are constricted by the
> >> we choose to express ourselves. This has a great effect on our entire
> >> development. It is harder to quantify feelings or ideas which no word
> >> for, or adequately describe all types of love with the word. This
> >> animals too, except their language communication is not an oral
>> > Sorry. I don't mean to be offensive. But surely its obvious that it is
> > hard to express a concept or emotion that we don't have a word for. How
> > could it be any other way !!
>> That's odd. I don't have a word for - and afaik *english* doesn't have a
> word for - the left testicle of an orang-utan born on any sunday in an
> odd numbered year of the fifteenth century BCE. So I suppose I'm unable
> to express such a concept. Oh dear. That's that then. Rats.
Strange. Looks like you just DID express it. Sometimes it isnt a WORD but an
amalgamation of them that does the same job. he emotion "love" is expressed
as a different thing by different people but we generally accept it to mean
a common thing but definitive concepts such as you expressed above have no
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