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Re: Anatase

Subject: Re: Anatase
From: "hyperoglyphe"
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 18:33:41 +0800
Newsgroups: sci.archaeology
"George" <gblack@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
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>
> Peter Alaca wrote:
>> George wrote: news:1143664214.866415.29770@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
>> > 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.
>> > (Resharpens kook poking stick)
>>
>> We are coming closer I think.
>> Is a dridle a dyxlesic russian bridal saddle or
>> just the poking part of it?
>
> It -could- be the piece that turns it from an English hunting saddle to
> a Svedish hunting saddle (or a Svede with which we are saddled)

For it to be a dridel the horse must spin. 



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