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> Noam Chomsky's first name is generally pronounced /no:m/, right?  (as
> opposed to other "Noam"s where the /a/ is pronounced).
>
> So i was wondering, do any of his ideological/theory-disagreeing
> opponents call him "the Gnome" /no:m/ as an insult? ;-)
>
>
> -Stephen (Steg)
>  "i defend myself, therefore i exist."
>      ~ herbert pagani
>
This wouldn't work in my dialect of english. :(( Well.... not if his
surname is /no:m/ regardless of dialect... I have a diphthong in Gnome.
Just thought I'd start YAEPT. :p lol.