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5-25-2010 @ 5:29AM
Backing Draniest on this one. Checking in dictionaries (I've checked Reader's Digest and the Oxford English Dictionary) it seems in both 'American English' and 'British English' the word 'he' either is the pronoun used to refer to last male mentioned / implied, or refers to either a male or a female if the sex is never stated. So technically Draniest is right, however Terrants's point is equally valid.
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