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Tommie L Powell wrote:
> "I" is a pronoun, not a noun, and, unlike nouns, pronouns cannot be
> modified (in English or in any other language that I know of).

Actually, AFAIK, in Japanese, pronouns can be freely modified.  Of
course, arguably, pronouns are simply a subclass of nouns in Japanese.
I can't think of any actual examples off hand.

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