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Bourland, who had studied under Korzybski, coined the term in a 1965 essay entitled A Linguistic Note: Writing in E-Prime ( originally published in the General Semantics Bulletin ).
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Bourland and had
( Chisum's sister Nancy was married to Loving's cousin, B. F. Bourland and had known Chisum for many years ) They spent the winter of 1866-67 there and supplied cattle from the ranch to Fort Sumner and Santa Fe.
Bourland and essay
The essay quickly generated controversy within the general semantics field, partly because practitioners of general semantics sometimes saw Bourland as attacking the verb ' to be ' as such, and not just certain usages.
Bourland and E-Prime
This was developed into the language " E-Prime " by D. David Bourland, Jr. 15 years after his death ( E-Prime a form of the English language in which the verb " to be " does not appear in any of its forms ; for example, the sentence " the movie was good " could translate into E-Prime as " I liked the movie ", thereby distinguishing opinion from fact ).
D. David Bourland, Jr. ( 1928 – 2000 ) proposed E-Prime as an addition to Alfred Korzybski's general semantics some years after Korzybski's death in 1950.
Bourland and Johnston edited a third book E-Prime III: a third anthology: 1997, Concord, California: International Society for General Semantics.
Bourland and other advocates also suggest that use of E-Prime leads to a less dogmatic style of language that reduces the possibility of misunderstanding and / or conflict.
Bourland and published
who and had
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Facing the forest now, she who had not dared to enter it before, walked between two trees at random and headed in what she believed was the direction of the pool.
He, McBride, would be cited as in the wrong, and he, Lord, would go scot-free, an officer who had only done his duty, though perhaps too energetically.
They trailed him across the wide hallway to the parlor, four roughly garbed and tough-looking men who probably had never before ventured into such a house.
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For less than a dozen miles from the unplowed land of the dead man lived another settler who had ignored the warnings that his existence might be foreclosed on -- a blatant and defiant rustler named Fred Powell.
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