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February 10, 2022


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Good post!

LawProf John Banzhaf

Yes, tracing the growth of a word or phrase can be interesting, especially when it relates to law and/or involves lawyers.

As another example, the very frequent convention or practice of using the word “foo” when writing computer programs came about in part from a law article I wrote when I was a hacker during the 1960's


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