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#1 2005-10-30 08:18:24

Paul Nance
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From: Albany, New York, USA
Registered: 2005-10-29
Posts: 2

Appreciative for Appreciable

Appreciative for Appreciable, chiefly in (no) appreciative difference

218 Google hits

“The shipping is $17.50 no matter if you place an order for 1 or 10 units of weevils at a time. There will be no appreciative difference in weight.”
http://www.goatheads.com/faq.html

“Set primarily in the frozen northwest reaches of Alaska, the stunning cinematography by Tom Sigel creates an appreciative difference in the experience of viewing Salmonberries on a theatrical screen rather than home video.”
http://www.austinchronicle.com/gyrobase … d%3A138551

“Chances are you will notice an appreciative difference in the overall abilities of the rod as you test cast your way through this process.”
http://www.meiserflyrods.com/building_two_handed.html

And a nice example from a Paula Zahn CNN interview with Donnie Deutch, CEO of Deutch Inc., in which (if we can trust the transcriber), Zahn uses appreciable in her question and Zahn replies with appreciative:

“ZAHN: I’m still having trouble understanding, though. What is the appreciable difference between “Joe Millionaire” this year and last year?

DEUTSCH: Well, to me it’s zero or zero. I mean, personally. But I think the appreciative difference is it’s not new anymore. It was a novelty. Eighteen million people tuned into the first episode last year, 6 million less the last year.”
http://cnnstudentnews.cnn.com/TRANSCRIP … zn.00.html

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