Thu Apr 9 14:30:49 EDT 2009
> The slogan could be unambiguous AND not use an extra word or syllable
> if they interchanged two words: the Pulse of New England's heart
> instead of the heart of New England's Pulse.
One doesn't commonly speak of the heart as having a pulse, but rather a
heartbeat. If the "Heartbeat of New England" is already taken or if
people still want a pulse regardless, then maybe they need to talk about
the Pulse of the Arteries flowing from the Heart of New England. That
pulse would be taken in the Wrist of New England.
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