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Nominitive Determinism

Subject: Nominitive Determinism
From: HUDSON, Chris
Date: Feb 14 2017 11:47:42
Watching University Challenge last night (only two questions answered) 
waiting for the infrequent arboricultural question to answer in order  to 
impress my wife, Paxo asked a question on Nominitive Determinism. Having come 
across this on occasion in our profession I wonder whether those blessed with 
arboriculturally referenced names were predestined to their profession.

Does having such a name provide any advantages in our profession. If so then 
perhaps its time for a name change, or is it down to causality.

Chris Hudson
Principal Forestry and Arboricultural Officer
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