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|&gt;So "curious -&gt; curiousity implies
|&gt;obvious -&gt; obviosity".
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|And Quixote -&gt; quixotic implies Vorkosigan -&gt; vorkosigic?

Ah, but resembling which one?  Like Cordelia: having insight and
armchair psychology?  Like Miles: having lunatic and suicidal
brilliance?

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Or like Aral, or for that matter like Mark? Or Piotr? Ok, I guess we'll
have to get more specific. <br>
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Cordelia......Cordelian <br>
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Miles....we need somebody who understands Latin word formation rules,
who can come up with an adjective derived from <u>miles</u> that
doesn't mean "military." Help!<br>
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Mark.....Markish.<br>
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Aral....all I can think of off the top of my head is Aralian, but I'm
sure somebody on this list can do better.<br>
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<pre class="moz-signature" cols="72">-- 
Margaret Ball

It's finished! The bead embroidery book is here. Lots of pretty pictures at
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.flameweaver.com/embeadery.html">http://www.flameweaver.com/embeadery.html</a></pre>
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