Ever since reading The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman ("learned wit" - bah!), I like using and (&) per se and in any language, whatever the rules - learn more about its meaning & history here. Thanks to kottke for the pointer!
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And per se and
I would never have guessed.
Didn't know it was so old. Fascinating.
You should watch the movie of TS by the way: it helps to know who the actors are, but it's a fascinating approach to it...
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