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  • The Grammar behind NO CONTRACT
  • By David Wynn Miller
  • 02/01/2018 Make a Comment
  • Contributed by: Connor ( 1 article in 2018 )

Every word that starts with a VOWEL and 2 CONSONANTS means NO CONTRACT.

Any word beginning with a vowel and used as a single syllable means NO CONTRACT also.

ie. Opinion ... O is NO, PIN is to attach or grab, ION is CONTRACT.


A = NO
ie. Again = NO GAIN.

ATTORNEY = ATT = No tort.
ILLUSION = ILL = Cannot see a Contract

Par-se Syntax
Parts of Speech

Judges/Lawyers/Politicians Oath: No LAW or FACT shall ever be tried in court.

Everyone understands Performance Contracts

ie. Contracts should read:
For the trespassing on this land is with the fee of the $5000.
For the parking of the car in the space is with the fee of $500.
For the parking of the car is with the crushing and melting.


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