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#188358 - 12/19/09 10:18 PM Re: hascent [Re: dalehileman]  
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yes, it does

you have to put a ] after the url, and then something before the [/url]


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#188360 - 12/19/09 10:52 PM Re: hascent [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]  
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Originally Posted By: Buffalo Shrdlu
yes, it does

you have to put a ] after the url, and then something before the [/url]


but, getting back to the question in the OP, that link doesn't fit the context of the Cox citation, at all.
-joe (trying to steer matters right) friday

#188363 - 12/19/09 11:35 PM Re: hascent [Re: tsuwm]  
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Tuber morphology, germination behaviour and propagation efficiency in three
K Joseph John, VT Antony, J Marydas, R - Genetic Resources and , 2009 - Springer
... In undisturbed pots, it was 60, 120 and 128 days, respectively. Invariably all the
three species started sprouting by the end of Febru- ary. Moisture loss and aeration
may be the factors responsible for hascent (early) sprouting. ...

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#188364 - 12/20/09 12:38 AM Re: hascent [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]  
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Originally Posted By: Buffalo Shrdlu
yes, it does

you have to put a ] after the url, and then something before the [/url]


Ok here goes:

Something


Well thanks Buff I guess it worked although the result isn't quite what I had expected



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#188365 - 12/20/09 01:14 AM Re: hascent [Re: BranShea]  
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>the factors responsible for hascent (early) sprouting

again, just another typo for nascent, I fear.

#188367 - 12/20/09 12:43 PM Re: hascent [Re: dalehileman]  
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Originally Posted By: dalehileman
Originally Posted By: Buffalo Shrdlu
yes, it does

you have to put a ] after the url, and then something before the [/url]


Ok here goes:

Something


Well thanks Buff I guess it worked although the result isn't quite what I had expected




good! now please fix the first one. and tsu might need to fix his (quote), too?


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#188368 - 12/20/09 06:22 PM Re: hascent [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]  
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Well Buff I fixed it--somewehat haphazardly to be sure--but page 1 is still too wide. Evidently we're hopelessly at the mercy of Bill--or is it Mac

However the "Something" link is not quite what I had expected. Normally when I copy a url from another web site the AWAD algorithm automatically curtails it if necessary, inserting a surrogate carriage return ostensibly to prevent the "widening" effect but maintaining its appearance as a url

So forgive me Buff but based on the assumption that I had copied or pasted the url too hastily or made some other sort of mistake, I went back to the site and very carefully copied the url once more which I am very gingerly pasting below with the utmost caution



Edited to remark that, well, it didn't work this time either; I really did mean well with my most sincere apologies for my lack of skill. Perhaps you can suggest some means before copying and pasting by which I can eaily identify a url as substandard or beyond the capability of the AWAD routine to process and a means to quickly and easily modify it into a more nearly acceptable form. Thank you again for all your help and patience


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#188370 - 12/20/09 07:02 PM Re: hascent [Re: dalehileman]  
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forget it...


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#188371 - 12/20/09 07:39 PM Re: hascent [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]  
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As the intricacies of negotiating the algorithm apparently buffalo many of us (Shrd forgive me), I have largely rephrased the knotty conundrum, hoping Admin might be more familiar with it and quickly offer its resolution:

http://wordsmith.org/board/ubbthreads.php/topics/188369/Admin_need_help#Post188369


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#188372 - 12/20/09 07:44 PM Re: hascent [Re: dalehileman]  
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I'll add an a no-answer answer. Hopefully it will turn the page so this will be slimmed down again. The topic is lost once more in Dale's hypo-linking.

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