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Re: Re:Peony/degree

Geesh, Jim, and here I thought it was just David that was having a hard time
learning the degree sign.  LOL
Try ALT 248.  Works every time.......  1070
LOL...now watch the list mess that one up too.  LOL

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 12/12/2002 5:47:45 PM Central Standard Time,
jsinger@igc.org writes:

> apparently. [very interesting how this list turned a degree sign, ascii
> alt+0176, into a zero.] they do have summer temps that reach 107-F in
> sacramento. i thought there was a good chance the plants fried; if they
> didn't, they are tougher than i would have guessed.

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