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  • MitchD
    Apr 29, 2013
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      Painstaking combination of everything put into an examination, kind of
      like diligent to the ten fold
      all done w humor at best....

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      On 4/29/2013 11:26 AM, oracleintl@... wrote:
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      >
      > Hi Sue,
      > I wondered that as well. I am not sure that scrupulation is a
      > legitimately recognized modern era word but it does appear to have
      > been used in Old
      > English as a substitute for the word, "scrutiny." For example, "... in
      > England, called Muswell, which, after long scrupulation and
      > inquisition, this
      > well was found, and performed the cure ..."
      > Although the sentence makes no sense to me, I find this modern era
      > example
      > - "... wrote a touching letter to President Bill Clinton in support of
      > the
      > application and Clinton granted, even though his presidential term was in
      > mass scrupulation."
      > Even in context, I have no clue what that means.
      > I also find others that do seem to make better sense,
      > "... been some scrupulation to the legitimacy of the "heritage" of the
      > flag, it remains a powerful symbol of the South-Eastern United States.
      > (From
      > the Urban Dictionary about the Confederate Flag)
      > "The B.P.'s viewpoint led to intense scrupulation by the authorities."
      > "... that the original origins of the universe and the meaning of life
      > theory you developed would stand up to the most microscopic
      > scrupulation?"
      > "After much scrupulation over whether or not a Brightside ..."
      > I still do not believe it is a legitimately recognized word, but further
      > inquisition and scrupulation would be required before I would feel sure.
      > Bill
      >
      >
      > In a message dated 4/27/2013 12:45:24 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
      > suesarkis@... <mailto:suesarkis%40aol.com> writes:
      >
      > Forgive my ignorance but what the heck is scrupulation?
      >
      > sue
      >
      > In a message dated 4/26/2013 8:17:36 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
      > _MitchD@... <mailto:_MitchD%40tscmusa.com>_
      > (mailto:MitchD@... <mailto:MitchD%40tscmusa.com>) writes:
      >
      > were here because the dr oz show changed air time and faced network
      > scrupulation on the wide discussion of flatulation in the home and
      > workplace and how to curnb it ;) lol
      >
      > Mitch Davis
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