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kucharek
2004-Oct-25, 03:30 PM
Maybe in 48h we know a lot more on the possibilities of Titan's surface.
So, last poll.

ToSeek
2004-Oct-25, 03:39 PM
How about both wet and dry?

Evan
2004-Oct-25, 04:06 PM
Define "wet". Wet generally implies water. I'm not being facetious. I don't consider liquid propane to be wet, for instance.

http://www.cogsci.princeton.edu/cgi-bin/webwn?stage=1&word=wet

Bozola
2004-Oct-25, 04:56 PM
Define "wet". Wet generally implies water. I'm not being facetious. I don't consider liquid propane to be wet, for instance.

http://www.cogsci.princeton.edu/cgi-bin/webwn?stage=1&word=wet

Absolutely correct.

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01101001
2004-Oct-25, 06:26 PM
Define "wet". Wet generally implies water.
Isn't the dctionary definition good enough?

Wet doesn't exclude other liquids. Ever heard of wet paint?

Jpax2003
2004-Oct-25, 07:30 PM
Define "wet". Wet generally implies water.
Isn't the dctionary definition good enough?

Wet doesn't exclude other liquids. Ever heard of wet paint?Apparently it's only wet paint if it is water based. Maybe we should ask Evan what happens when he sits on a bench with a "wet paint' sign when the painter uses oil based paints.

Evan
2004-Oct-25, 09:39 PM
Time for dry cleaning...