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Olde Worlde "thingy`s"

pierre_pierre
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Re: Olde Worlde "thingy`s"

my daughter other half did, and we have got two pieces of shot from one bird to prove it, had the pear in a fresh fruit salad.
Fruit Salad, Half Chanterel Melon, Pear, fresh Lychee Lime juice and separate Elsanta Strawberries on the side - they dont keep in a salad
What other food lesson would you like?
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Re: Olde Worlde "thingy`s"

jmdlp - would you please go up to 'Connection Problems' in Your Feedback/Testimonials and tell them all off - they are taking the mickey (literally) out of my avatar (it was your idea after all)?
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No don't or we'll all get told off for going too far off topic  Lips_are_sealed  Roll_eyes
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Re: Olde Worlde "thingy`s"

According to the OED (all 23 volumes!) “brace” (as in “a brace of pheasants”) dates back to 1430 – and even Shakespeare used it (1593) in “Henry VI (part II)” – “Edward and Richard like a brace of Grey-hounds..Are at our backes.”
pierre_pierre
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Re: Olde Worlde "thingy`s"

from the NOED is it a neep turnip or swede?