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m (chocolate chunk: is not a chunk of chocolate of a specific size but merely a chunk of chocolate, hence SoP.)
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Pretty SoP. What says the comunidade? — <font face="Lucida console">[ '''[[User:Opiaterein|R·I·C]]''' ] <small>[[User talk:Opiaterein|opiaterein]]</small></font> — 18:03, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
 
Pretty SoP. What says the comunidade? — <font face="Lucida console">[ '''[[User:Opiaterein|R·I·C]]''' ] <small>[[User talk:Opiaterein|opiaterein]]</small></font> — 18:03, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
 
:'''delete''' But: both terms are polysemic (5 senses each). By our current arguments, which seem to be offered and accepted in good faith, this might be included. The results of this seem preposterous to me, both in general and in the instant case. [[User: DCDuring |DCDuring]] <small >[[User talk: DCDuring|TALK]]</small > 18:22, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
 
:'''delete''' But: both terms are polysemic (5 senses each). By our current arguments, which seem to be offered and accepted in good faith, this might be included. The results of this seem preposterous to me, both in general and in the instant case. [[User: DCDuring |DCDuring]] <small >[[User talk: DCDuring|TALK]]</small > 18:22, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
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:Consider someone who bakes a mammoth chocolate-chunk cookie, say some yards in diameter, so as to get into the record books. I would accept the ingredients as "chocolate chunks" even if they were mammoth also. Thus, ''chocolate chunk'' is not "a chunk of chocolate of a particular size" but rather simply "a chunk of chocolate that cannot be better called by another name (such as 'chocolate chip' or 'chocolate bar')" — and so a sum of its parts. '''Delete.'''—[[User:Msh210|msh210]]<span style="text-decoration: none;"><span class="Unicode">℠</span></span> 18:49, 6 May 2009 (UTC)