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#25636 - 04/05/01 05:13 PM Re: Words to describe people
Oregon." No other state is just a couple of pencil squiggles away from being an herb!
And Sparteye, did you know that our state's name, when correctly pronounced, is a homonym for something that may be played?
"Oregon" should be pronounced as "Organ"?! Not even a schwa between the "r" and the "g"?! Or is this just my non-rhoticity confusing me again?
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