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>Um, I don't *think* so.  I probably have those, um, discussions on file
>(somewhere), and can find who first uttered the name, "Merry Rose", and
>then we can ask them.  

Well, the earliest reference I find is from Corun.  But that doesn't
mean much: my files turn out to be kinda sparse in that period.  Corun
didn't say, "How about the Merry Rose?"; he said, "Greetings to all at
the Merry Rose!".

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