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Re: OT: degree sign

James R. Fisher wrote:

I tried sending my OT message to the AHS list, to test the hypothesis
that the translation takes place either by the list processor
(Majordomo vs. Listserv) or by the machine it runs on (maybe Solaris,
maybe NT, in the cases of gardenchat vs. AHS). Unfortunately,
_I_ never got back my original posting from gardenchat, though I
suspect everybody else did, certainly David and Margaret. Presumably
it's awaiting Chris' attention ? _Nor_ have I got the thing back
from the AHS list, did anybody ? AHS frozen again :-( ?
I have to retract the first statement saying I never got the original
from gardenchat; I did in fact, but overlooked it. But I think I
never did get the duplicate back from the AHS list; did anybody see it
come through ? And, the AHS list isn't frozen; a test message came back.
Likely beating a dead horse, here...
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 105 F [37 C], Min. -0 F [-17 C]

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