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On Mon, 27 Nov 2017 17:48:19 -0500, Ken Hart<kwhart1@frontier.com>
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>There are other words that work just as well. Try words with the long 
>"ee" followed by a "Z": freeze, ease, wheeze, etc.

Now we know why the police always say "FREEZE" when they point a gun at
a criminal. They want the criminal to see their smile.