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To make it simple for you, multi-disciplinary refers to studies that, for example, include say economics, biology, physics, anthropology, and sculpture. Evelyns post is correct, Calebia's less so, discipline is also a verb, 'to discipline'.

Note that the single quotation mark (') is used to denote emphasis only, the double (") is reserved for citations, e.g., "To be or not to be, that is the question.".

Neat blog, hope its helping.

owlcast March 19, 2003, 2:33pm

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