Quantum Grammar (constructed language)

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CORRECT-SENTENCE-STRUCTURE-COMMUNICATION-PARSE-SYNTAX-GRAMMAR (C.-S.-S.-C.-P.-S.-G.), also known as, in both majuscule and minuscule forms, PARSE-SYNTAX-GRAMMAR, CORRECT-LANGUAGE, QUANTUM-LANGUAGE-PARSE-SYNTAX-GRAMMAR, Truth Language, Syntax Language, In the Truth, Syntax sentencing, and QUANTUM-MATH-COMMUNICATIONS, and commonly referred to as Quantum Grammar or Millerese, is a constructed language that was originally devised by David Wynn Miller in 1988 on the basis of his peculiar understanding of American and international law.


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