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What's the “more correct” term — “achronologisch” or “antichronologisch”?
Which of the two is the "correct" form, or are both correct? Do they mean the same? Or is there a subtle distinction between anti- and a-? Edit: replaced the English terms by the German ones, sorry.
Jun 1 '11 at 11:00
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