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Date:      Thu, 8 Dec 2005 15:11:19 -0500
From:      "Jeanna Guimond" <>
To:        "Wawrzyniec Mccarter" <>
Subject:   Re: discontinuous
Message-ID:  <000001c5fc33$8d4247b0$9273a8c0@diesis>

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implementation of the Novgorod process was simple in structure. A
compounds staff created the daily training schedules for each individual
section, and the trainers, both permanent and part-time retirees,
commandeered all individual and group activities while the candidates
carried them out, using only the language of the compound and the
dialects of the specific areas in which they were located. No Russian
was permitted; the rule was tested frequently by the trainers who would
suddenly bark orders or insults in the native language, which the
candidates could not acknowledge understanding. When you say
assignments, Bourne had asked, what do you mean? Situations, mah friend.
Jest about anything you might think of. Like ordering lunch or dinner,
or buying clothes, or fillin the tank of your car, requesting a specific
gasoline ... leaded or unleaded and the

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