Dear Ernest, You misunderstand me. I greatly respect your attempt to communicate in a language other than your own. However, you cannot define a type of shirt, no matter what you call it, without knowing under what circumstances and in what social group the shirt is to be used. For example, 20 years ago tennis clothes were white. Always White. You would be ejected from the court in anything but white. Now, tennis clothes are usually anything but white. To bring it closer to home, that which you can wear as a dress shirt in a Paris bank is not the same as you would wear in the South of France, no?
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11/27/04 at 9:24am