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Re: Vigour or vitality

Subject: Re: Vigour or vitality
From: Charles Prowse
Date: Jun 24 2001 18:48:14
John,

I cannot give you the answer personally, however a
fellow student at Houghall College in Durham has just
subitted a thesis for his HND, which deals with the
topic.
If you are interested in contacting him I will pass on
your details.

Regards
Charles Prowse 
--- John Flannigan <John.Flannigan@xxxxxxxxxxx.gov.uk>
wrote: > I recall a talk by David Lonsdale where he
was quite
clear that vigour and
vitality were two different terms with entirely
separate meanings - he
argued that either word was often used in the wrong
context. 

His reasoning made complete sense - unfortunately I
can't remember any more
than this. Can anyone help?

John



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