> > On Fri, 21 Feb 2003, Philip Hart wrote: > > -- Well, let's > > see. Cassell's Italian Dictionary, copyright 1958 - 1967. "dentista", > > plural "dentisti", masculine noun, 'dentist'. I'd have to ask an > > Italian-speaker whether a female dentist is "una dentista", with a > > feminine article, or whether that is just WRONG WRONG WRONG. > > > According to my in-house Italian specialist, Signora Blanchard: > > male dentist = un dentista > female dentist = una dentista > > Personally I don't call them anything. I just whimper in anticipated > pain. > All right sweethearts you know the drill. Get in the chair. W This space intentionally has nothing but text explaining why this space has nothing but text explaining that this space would otherwise have been left blank, and would otherwise have been left blank.