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From: "Is Mise Gan Ainm" <>
Subject: Re: What is the meaning of the term "Scot-Irish"
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 19:51:13 GMT
References: <> <2wKaa.10721$> <92Laa.18306$> <EJLaa.10831$> <NMLaa.10838$> <JbMaa.18415$> <1TMaa.210201$> <> <wsRaa.213443$> <Ob7ba.32095$L1.6666@sccrnsc02> <WL8ba.220579$> <V2nba.41841$L1.8170@sccrnsc02> <>

In news:oifMeWBlyob+,
Eve McLaughlin <> typed:
|| In article <V2nba.41841$>, Edith Gomez
|| <> writes
||| 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.
|| We do all know that (without needing to look it up on
|| the net) - but the point being made was that it was not
|| American, though otherwise, you were being aggressively
|| so in trying to foist US terms on our older
|| communities.

Precisely, exactly and indutiably. Yes, the point went right
over her head- talk about not being smart. The pot calling
the kettle black!

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