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NO! (Amarantine Issue 3)

Editorial written by:
Barbara J. Cormack

‘No’ is a complete sentence.
Anne Lamott

It’s hard to believe but ‘no’ is one of the most used words in the English language.  As a two-letter word, ‘no’ is easy to spell, easy to pronounce, easy to understand, a complete sentence, a declaration, and can be said to be an exercise in understanding what you do not want.

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