Date: Sat, 27 Jan 1996 00:00:19 -0700 From: Rudy Troike Subject: Re: chintsy I checked with a few folks around the office today. One from West Va. natively knew only ; another from NJ (also an "on line" speaker) uses for people, for things (confirming an earlier self-report by a New Englander: Virginia Clark, what do your students say?); a third, from California, somewhat uncertainly recognized for things and for people, a reversal of the previous. This might fit with Tom's identification of the latter as primary for the intermontane West. in%"ads-l[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]" --Rudy Troike (rtroike[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]