Posted by geoffrey Baverstock (U15257622) on Tuesday, 5th November 2013
There are i think a few mistakes in the episodes so far
Quote from the scripts ( do writers check revalent terms used in the series )
1 . state of the art ( not a phrase used in that era )
2 . Practice Manager ( not a phrase used in that era )
ie. Job posistion
The era is set in the 1960s ref. music and props used .
Posted by Lee (U1149673) on Tuesday, 5th November 2013
Not sure about your second entry, but according to Wikipedia:
"The earliest use of the term 'state of the art' documented by the Oxford English Dictionary dates back to 1910."
Posted by Guv-nor (U7476305) ** on Tuesday, 5th November 2013
Geoffrey Baverstock, welcome back to the board.
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