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READERS.EADERS of these fugitive pieces "out of Zebulun" must have noted how frequently they are the antiphonal response to major themes developed in full diapason by the Editor on the principal organ "up front" in this Archives edifice. For its part, "Zebulun" is located at the rear in company with Books, a talented polyphonic choir under the gifted professional eye of Dr. Stone. Under these influences, and in this dispensation, "Zebulun" strives to fit into the consort and add its voice to the harmony of the whole.
Here is an example. Before sitting down to write these columns I had been reading the November 1964 issue of the Archives, just come to hand, in which the Editor, calling to his command both prose and verse, discusses with catholicity and excellent common sense a subject that is formidable enough to strike terror into the heart of the stoutest publicist— the question
Scarlett EP. Word Lore: With Sundry Notes on Their Ordering, Making, and Care. Arch Intern Med. 1965;115(5):607–611. doi:10.1001/archinte.1960.03860170089020
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