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From: "Sorted magAZine" <>
Subject: Re: What is the meaning of the term "Scot-Irish"
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 15:24:24 -0000
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"Edith Gomez" <> wrote in message
> I guess you aren't as smart as I even thought you were. Eadgyth is old
> Anglo-Saxon for Edith as I looked it up in some old records on the net.
> Why I do believe some of you are jealous, what is wrong with being a Bible
> nut. It's is the oldest book around as far as I am concerned and has some
> of the oldest genealogy in the first and second books of Chronicles.
Eh, the Book of Gilgamesh and the Enuma Eilish are older.
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