Date: Thu, 2 Jun 1994 09:50:29 -700 From: Keith Russell Subject: Re: truce terms On Tue, 31 May 1994, Luanne von Schneidemesser wrote: > Truce terms I happen to have been looking at recently in DARE's > database. The most frequent term, 332 informants, is time out, > which while scattered throughout most of the country is most > frequent east of the Mississippi River. Complementing this is > the next most frequent response, 265 informants, king's ex, a > beautiful map which will appear in vol. 3, showing responses in > Ohio, Illinois, the Mississippi Valley, and west of this -- the > Atlantic coast is almost completely without this response. The > next most frequent responses are time (83), times out (56), times > (53), king's (23), and free (11). In Southern Alberta, 'time out' and 'king's ex (or X)' were both common on the 50's. I'm pretty sure I also remember 'time,' 'times out,' and 'times.' I don't think I've ever heard 'king's' or 'free.' Keith Russell wkr[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]