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#99008 - 03/23/03 12:03 AM Re: Is there a word for heart-drawing?  
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I was thinking "heartistry", but yes, coeureography is better!





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#99009 - 03/23/03 11:15 PM Heartist  
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I spent my entire freshman year drawing hearts

Yes, but were there any initials in the hearts?


#99010 - 03/23/03 11:44 PM Re: Heartist  
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Rapunzel, you're back! Did Dr. Bill magick you back? Wonderful to see you again, and congratulations on your graduation!


#99011 - 03/24/03 06:12 AM Re: Yet Another Website  
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>Is there a word for heart-drawing?<

Laughing! Yes, Jackie, it is "beingateenager"!

As Rapunzel asked....were there initials in them thar hearts? But of course, Rapunzel! See above word for corroboration!


#99012 - 03/24/03 03:51 PM Re: Heartist  
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Did Dr. Bill magick you back?

I think perhaps he did. Imagine my surprise when, after having posted my "glad to be back" message, I see that Uncle Bill mentioned my name in Q&A only a few days ago! Coincidence? I think not.

Congratulations on your graduation!

Thank you very much. It feels great to have gotten this far. Now I just have to deal with small questions like where to get a job related to my major, whether I should go to grad school, where I should go to grad school if I choose to, and so on.




#99013 - 03/24/03 11:54 PM Re: Is there a word for heart-drawing?  
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Coreography

!


#99014 - 03/25/03 01:04 PM Re: Heartist  
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Lovely long-haired lady - it is so good to see you back amongst us, where your brown monkey, grey donkey and red turkey are a-waiting you!
Best Congratulations on graduating - what's the next step?


#99015 - 03/27/03 12:06 AM Re: Yet Another Website  
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A week late and a few dollars short as usual but I hadn't read this thread before.
I've read the Epic of Gilgamesh in the Penguin translation -(Mar 18th)
Bingley, it must be an amazing translation engine. I didn't even know Penguins could write!


#99016 - 03/27/03 12:10 AM Re: Yet Another Website  
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> I've read the Epic of Gilgamesh in the Penguin translation -(Mar 18th)
Bingley, it must be an amazing translation engine. I didn't even know Penguins could write!


He said translation, not transcription - who says one must be able to write in order to translate? Given their stumpy wings, the penguins probably just dictated their translation to a scribe.


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