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Venning’s Law Of Questions

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“The correct answer to any question which contains the word “surely” is no.”

John Venning, formerly of Downside, latterly St. Paul’s.

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expunct

in British English
expunct (ɪkˈspʌŋkt)
VERB (transitive)
1. to delete or erase; blot out; obliterate
2. to wipe out or destroy

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