[tlhIngan Hol] vech

Lieven L. Litaer levinius at gmx.de
Thu Jun 17 03:42:07 PDT 2021

Am 17.06.2021 um 12:15 schrieb De'vID:
>     How is this possible? How can a bridge cross a river but not connect
>     its' two banks? Is it collapsed on each end, with just a middle part
>     levitating over the river?
> Consider a bridge over a high canyon, with a river far down below. The
> bridge crosses the river, but does not technically join its banks
> together (as the banks are still separated from the ends of the bridge
> by a steep climb).

Yes, that's what I meant. The point is "cross the river" does not mean
that the bridge has to start at one bank and end on the other. It can
start long before it gets to the river.

Lieven L. Litaer
aka the "Klingon Teacher from Germany"

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