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Long day

Poster: edh@ascc01.ascc.lucent.com

> I remembered that Cervantes loved 'Tirant' enough to praise it as a
> wonderful book -- a century later -- after I went to bed.

Yeah, I've had days like that.

BTW, does anyone know a song called "Catalan Vengence"?
When I used to hang out in Settmour Swamp I heard it
fairly regularly, but all I remember of it now is,
"these six gold rings were dearly bought" and "he got
Lalange".  Now I wonder if it had something to do with
Roger de Flor.

-- Alfredo
Alfredo el Bufon
Elvegast, Windmaster's Hill, Atlantia

Equivocate [sp?], from the Latin words _equus_ (horse) and
_vocare_ (to say) [etym?], means To Just Say Neigh [def?].

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