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    What happened to:

    The punishment I used to give?

    The Knees thread?

    Boomer?

    My sanity?

    Shaun when he got caught with sheep?

    Dirty deeds done with sheep?

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    Mark NNTP User

    Re: What happened to:


    "Authorities are investigating how the local man came to possess the
    live ordnance."

    Likely a felony.

    I'll bet the NCIS will pay this guy a visit.


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    Doug Black NNTP User

    Re: What happened to:

    Sewermonger,

    > Extremes of the earth:
    >


    Is 'extreme' a synonym for 'dried creek bed'?


    </random>

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    Re: What happened to:

    Synonyms can be any part of speech (e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs or prepositions), as long as both members of the pair are the same part of speech. More examples of English synonyms are:

    * baby and infant (noun)
    * student and pupil (noun)
    * buy and purchase (verb)
    * pretty and attractive (adjective)
    * sick and ill (adjective)
    * quickly and speedily (adverb)
    * on and upon (preposition)
    * freedom and liberty (noun)
    * dead and deceased (adjective)

    Shaun and sheep may qualify.
    Felton and smart will not.
    Dried creek bed is not a place to sleep.

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    Frank McCallister NNTP User

    Re: What happened to:

    Politician and Liar

    --
    Frank McCallister
    COMPUMAC

    "Sewermonger" <Sewermonger@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote in message
    news:Sewermonger.33po8n@no-mx.forums.novell.com...
    >
    > Synonyms can be any part of speech (e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives,
    > adverbs or prepositions), as long as both members of the pair are the
    > same part of speech. More examples of English synonyms are:
    >
    > * baby and infant (noun)
    > * student and pupil (noun)
    > * buy and purchase (verb)
    > * pretty and attractive (adjective)
    > * sick and ill (adjective)
    > * quickly and speedily (adverb)
    > * on and upon (preposition)
    > * freedom and liberty (noun)
    > * dead and deceased (adjective)
    >
    > Shaun and sheep may qualify.
    > Felton and smart will not.
    > Dried creek bed is not a place to sleep.
    >
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    Re: What happened to:

    LALOL

    I like it

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    Doug Black NNTP User

    Re: What happened to:

    Sewermonger,

    > Synonyms can be any part of speech (e.g. nouns, verbs, adjectives,
    > adverbs or prepositions), as long as both members of the pair are the
    > same part of speech. More examples of English synonyms are:
    >
    > * baby and infant (noun)
    > * student and pupil (noun)
    > * buy and purchase (verb)
    > * pretty and attractive (adjective)
    > * sick and ill (adjective)
    > * quickly and speedily (adverb)
    > * on and upon (preposition)
    > * freedom and liberty (noun)
    > * dead and deceased (adjective)
    >
    > Shaun and sheep may qualify.
    > Felton and smart will not.
    > Dried creek bed is not a place to sleep.
    >
    >


    And I thought *my* post was a non sequitur!



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    Re: What happened to:

    I like to keep track of the coldest inhabited place...but when I originally
    sought that, Eureka wasn't considered inhabited - so I always look to
    Resolute for "cold comfort" - it's sometimes cold here, but then I check
    their weather and feel quite toasty.
    http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/...ute%2C+nunavut

    "Sewermonger" <Sewermonger@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote in message
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    > Extremes of the earth:
    >
    > 'Extremes on Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia'
    > (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extremes_on_Earth)
    >
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