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Why Humans Still Matter

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:31 pm
by Slava
While looking up the word abridge to make sure I understood more exactly what it means, especially in the sense of the US Constitution, I came across an interesting example of why computers aren't quite ready to take over the world. Below are sample sentences on how to use abridge in a sentence. They are "as found" on the site noted; I did not edit them.
Dictionary.com wrote:Example Sentences
If abridge has a different weight limit, the limit will be posted.
As one of the primary aesthetic elements of abridge, superstructures should receive significant attention.

Re: Why Humans Still Matter

Posted: Thu Sep 20, 2012 1:42 pm
by Philip Hudson
I think I may have already mentioned the human translator who translated what he assumed to be a Greek word, Pentecostal, as 50th day people.