What is the effect, though, if [face=SPIonic]mh/
[/face] is used rather than [face=SPIonic]ou)k
[/face]? I mean I know that [face=SPIonic]mh/
[/face] indicates probability (whereas [face=SPIonic]ou)k
[/face] gives certainty) - but then for the last phrase I get something like:
of things which probably are not, how they probably are not.
...which just doesn't seem right, somehow.
I had a sneaking suspicion it was the Oxford-something-or-other.
Yes, another line of attack indeed! Here's hoping it will add just that edge
to the project...