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Computers I've owned over the years:

  • TI 99/4A
  • Apple //c
  • homebuilt PC-compatible 8088
  • Gateway 2000 486SX-25
  • homebuilt Pentium II
  • Sun SparcStation 1+
  • Sun Enterprise 2
  • WinBook XL2
  • Apple Power Macintosh G3 Minitower
  • IBM Netfinity 3000
  • homebuilt Intel Pentium → AMD K6-2
  • Sun Ultra 80
  • SGI Octane
  • SGI O2
  • Apple iBook G3 (Graphite)
  • Sony Vaio PCG-Z1WA laptop
  • Apple Mac Mini G4
  • Apple MacBook Pro 17
  • Apple Mac Mini Intel
  • Dell Poweredge T610

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comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
Thanks for answering the question.
Mar
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accepted Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
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12
comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
@cornbreadninja: whoops. Yes, line spacing, not letter spacing.
Mar
12
comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
Fixed to request a complete sentence that is grammatically correct.
Mar
12
revised Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
complete sentence
Mar
12
comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
@FumbleFingers: why wasn't that an answer? Also, "lede" was coined to differentiate from "lead" (as in letter spacing) in editing markup. But that isn't really relevant.
Mar
12
comment Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”
@RegDwightѬſ道: Generally speaking, "<noun> <inf.phrase>" doesn't work as a complete sentence. Nor does "<adjective> <inf.phrase>" or "<adverb> <inf.phrase>". (I'm not aware of "way" working as another part of speech.) If it does make a complete sentence, I'd like to know how, as asked in the question.
Mar
12
asked Grammatically correct form of “Way <infinitive phrase>”