On Mon, 10 December 2001, and earlier, many have used the term:

>  "professional"

Aaarrrggghh! This is a multi-ordinal term. Are we talking Fair Labor Standards 
"professional"? IRS "professional"? some form of sociology's "professional" 
used for class distinction? or just some amorphous, 
generally-undefined-but-everybody-surely-means-the-exact-same-thing-I-mean-when-I-say
 "professional"?

Tom Liotta

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