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Re: To Bob Badour, sorry

From: x <x_at_not-exists.org>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 11:07:46 +0300
Message-ID: <e7auit$72k$1@nntp.aioe.org>


"x" <x_at_not-exists.org> wrote in message news:e794q1$l3d$1_at_nntp.aioe.org...
>
> "Tony D" <tonyisyourpal_at_netscape.net> wrote in message
> news:1150769801.591023.296850_at_b68g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> > I didn't get round to answering this before; apologies.

> It is funny.
> I looked at the definiton of spade in an english dictionary and I saw a
> different definition on spade that the one I would have expected.
> To me spade was a kind of sword.
> I thought we always should call a spade a spade or at least to try our
best.

The shovel:
http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/gl_equipment_hand_tools/article/0,1785,HGTV_3582_1370673,00.html

The spade:
http://www.whatisfencing.com/article.htm?itemid=16&WIF101=a3f315d8caf9c5407ba4115180cf904e

The "spatar" is that wooden back support http://www.ifurn.com/whitewood_1CO4-502.html

The shoulder blade is called "spata"

"Spada" and "spata" are not the same thing even sometime their meaning might be overlapped.

> > You didn't watch Eurononsense this year, did you ? I lost interest when
> > the Poles didn't get into the final ... the big guy rapping was a star
> > in the making :)

If you want some nonsense try this guy: http://www.ionesco.org

Or this guy http://www.aboutromania.com/bacovia1.html :-) Received on Wed Jun 21 2006 - 03:07:46 CDT

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