Re: Failing admitting speeding, the case will go to court
I'm committing a cardinal forum sin here by posting without having read the entire thread , but I wanted to throw out (up?) an idea based on lucas-sp's earlier suggestion about placing a gerund in front of increasing spending. Couldn't you combine that sequence with words like avoiding, barring, denying, offering, providing, etc? As lucas noted, inelegant, but …
I suppose one is tempted to say that increased should be used in all these. My reason for bringing this up is that these, I would think, lack the special status of failing described by others. Again, forgive me if I missed something relevant in the first twenty posts. Those familiar with my posting will know that I could have read every word in the thread twice and still remain virtually clueless.
Rick Davis reminded him that he actually supported increased spending while denying increasing spending
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Last edited by gramman; 27th January 2013 at 8:58 PM.
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