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On 11/4/2010 2:39 PM, Robert Derman wrote:
It is used primarily in academic situations as a means of testing 
formatting options where you don't want students to be distracted by the 
contents of the text.  Since the text is in Latin, a language that few 
of them will understand, they will ignore it.

And by publishers and designers, who want to see how a page will look
before they have the copy to insert into it. It's actually a
tremendously valuable tool that I use very, very frequently.

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