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the etymology of chopped liver #112998
10/01/03 04:42 PM
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I hope I'm not chopping anybody's liver here, but I found a web page that offers etymological definitions that might be of interest to other AWADers.

http://www.etymonline.com/


Re: the etymology of chopped liver #112999
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404?



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Re: the etymology of chopped liver #113000
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Is this the same one as on Max's site (http://maxqnz.com/References.html)?

It's still not wanting to load (maybe the guy's decided to take it down and remove some of his personal stuff):

http://www.geocities.com/etymonline/index.html


Re: the etymology of chopped liver #113001
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I don't know why it is not loading for y'all. It continues to work fine for me. But yes, it is the same as the one found on Max's site.

post edited to replace mysteriously missing words

Re: the etymology of chopped liver #113002
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It worked for me too. Maybe it doesn't like damyankee vibes...


Re: the etymology of chopped liver #113003
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damyankee vibes

...or either Macs, one.


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Loaded fine for this damyankee on this damMac.


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Re: the etymology of chopped liver #113006
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damyankee on this damMac.



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damyankee on this damMac (EA)

Any remember ||:"a dozen double-damMac dinner napkins" :|| ?

||: and :|| are trying to be the musical symbols for "repeat". Sort of.


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