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Re: possible sumti-raising place structures of the sisku variety
- To: Erik Rauch <rauch>
- Subject: Re: possible sumti-raising place structures of the sisku variety
- From: Mr Andrew Rosta <ucleaar@UCL.AC.UK>
- Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 20:38:24 +0100
- In-Reply-To: (Your message of Mon, 06 Sep 93 11:11:42 W.) <9309060712.AA101421@link-1.ts.bcc.ac.uk>
- Reply-To: ucleaar@UCL.AC.UK
- Sender: Lojban list <LOJBAN%CUVMB.bitnet@YaleVM.YCC.YALE.EDU>
> #> ckana bed x1 is a bed/pallet of material x2 for holding/supporting x3
> #> (person/object/event)
> #I don't understand "event" here. How can an event be supported by a bed?
> Cleverness about copulation aside, beds support *people* doing things, not
> the things themselves. Kill the event.
Better to spare the event, and change wording to:
x1 is a bed of material x2 & is locus of (person/object/event) x3
In any case, if an event can have a location then I don't see why
it can't be supported.