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Re: Anatase

Subject: Re: Anatase
From: "Tom McDonald"
Date: 30 Mar 2006 06:34:43 -0800
Newsgroups: sci.archaeology
Peter Alaca wrote:
> Tom McDonald wrote:
> news:1143683065.520352.292620@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>
> > George wrote:
> >> Lisbeth Andersson wrote:
> >>> "Peter Alaca" <P.Alaca@xxxxxx> wrote in
> >>> news:4429bd94$0$81653$dbd4b001 @news.wanadoo.nl:
> >>>
> >>>> IE J wrote: news:7RhWf.50168$d5.206739@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >>>>> "George" skrev
> >>>>>> IE J wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>>>> prd,
> >>>>>>> if you continue your abuse as well as your stalking-campain you
> >>>>>>> know what you will have to face,
> >>>>>>> stop your dridle!
> >>>>
> >>>>>> And you know how we cannot bide dridle in newsgroups...
> >>>>
> >>>>> George,
> >>>>> the only one of us two who does what you try to say I do,
> >>>>> is you. You have dridled and abused many over the years,
> >>>>> not only me. During the last year you tried to tell
> >>>>> Professors(plural) that they don't know their own speciality.
> >>>>> Wouldn't it be better that you stopped writing abuse and dridle?
> >>>>
> >>>> Since you claim to speak and write nine languages,
> >>>> Im am sure you can tell us what "dridle" is, esp in
> >>>> the context you use is, or in what dictionairy we can
> >>>> find the meaning of the word.
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> On the off chance that that you don't get any answer to this post,
> >>> could you please explain the significance of the word? I tried to
> >>> google for it, but gave it up when i found myself reading a mormon
> >>> discussion about the importance (or non importance) of wearing dress
> >>> to church. I don't think it is inappropriate to wear a dridle dress
> >>> in this newsgroup. :-)
> >>>
> >>> And while I'm busy asking stupid questions; What is the deal about
> >>> daffodils?
> >>>
> >> Eviidently a dridle is part of an early Russian saddle.  But nowhere
> >> does it explain as to what part of the saddle.
> >
> > If the saddle belonged to Catherine the Great, I could make a guess.
> > :-)
>
> Is a horse part of the saddle it carries?

Funny you should mention horse parts...


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