On 10/02/2008, Relata Refero <refero.relata(a)gmail.com> wrote:
is even littered with unqualified fictional statements such as "In the
Rhubarb Triangle (a triangle made up of the 3 cities of Leeds,
Bradford & Wakefield in West Yorkshire), rhubarb grows so quickly, you
can hear it grow."
Fictional, is it?
Try reading that again and comparing it to the statement I quoted
above. They do not correspond.
The corrected sentence would read as: "In a small number of farms in
Leeds, Bradford & Wakefield in West Yorkshire, the farmers use
zero-light growth sheds to accelerate the growth of rhubarb. In the
quiet environment of the sheds it is possible to hear stalk buds
I guess you wouldn't mind, then, if I was to add this to an article somewhere:
"In a 500 km² area northwest of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, animals
grow so fast that they can gain an additional 400 pounds in 3-4
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