"Actually, I was just looking over the crowd. Seeing what
generalizations I could make about the class of 'seventy-nine."
He shrugs. "I don't know that I've had enough time to study my
She shakes her head. "Insufficient data," she says.
"Data? That's a clinical word."
"I'm a clinician."
"Oh, right. I'd heard you'd gone on to med school." Having read her bio
in the reunion bookstudied it would not be inaccurateWill knows also
to which school Elizabeth went, when she got her degree, and where she
now works. But he's not going to give her the (false) impression that
he's still pining for her. "Where'd you end upwhat school?" he asks.
"Johns Hopkins." Elizabeth pauses, Will suspects, to give him the
opportunity to compliment her for having been accepted by a top-flight
med school. He dips his head in an abbreviated bow of congratulation. "I was in dermatology," she continues,
"then I specialized."
"I thought being a dermatologist was specializing.
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