Mynors on Trees ... what about the next edition?

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Mynors on Trees ... what about the next edition?

Postby cmynors » Tue Mar 10, 2009 11:08 pm

I know some people disagree with some points in the first edition of Mynors on Trees; and I imagine that some think that there are points that are simply not dealt with at all, or not in the right way. As I am about to start on a second edition, this is your chance to tell me what you think I have got wrong, or missed out altogether. I don't guarantee to reply, or even (necessarily) to agree with you - but I would value any input, and will consider seriously any suggestions. (And don't complain about the price, that's fixed by the publisher, not by me!).

Over to you.
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Postby despair » Sat Aug 29, 2009 10:01 pm

I think Treelawyer would be a better and more sensible handle Charles
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Postby Treeman » Sat Aug 29, 2009 10:20 pm

despair wrote:I think Treelawyer would be a better and more sensible handle Charles


Charles is a Barrister

Perhaps Barrister rather than lawyer would be a better Nom de guerre
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