Some more editting -- Preface & Chap 1

Scot Mc Pherson root at
Fri May 31 11:00:42 PDT 2002

> If the noun sounds like it
> starts with a vowel, "an" is proper. If it sounds like it starts with a
> consonant, "a" is proper.
>> Gerard Beekmans
> Bill Maltby
> billm at

Actually what you probably mean to say is that it is "accepted"  but it
certainly is NOT proper.  As well, since it is accepted, I have no
problem accepting it either.  There are many places where I have already
made that conversion, so if you want it back to "an LFS" I will re-edit
those pieces. 

Scot Mc Pherson
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