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RE: Royal Flush




On Thu, 30 Oct 1997, Barbara Mann wrote:

> 
> > 
> 	ROYAL FLUSH is listed in the '39 Checklist as a Siberian
> introduced in 1938.  And, that name can never be used again.
> 
> 	Walter Moores
> 	Enid Lake, Ms 7/8
> 
> 
> And am I ever glad, Walter--ROYAL FLUSH is just one of those names you figure 
> had to have been used at one time or another, and the brief possibility that 
> it hadn't been bothered my brain mightily!
> 
> Barb in Santa Fe, where I spend a lot of time coming up with new iris names in 
> the vain hope I might someday have irises to attach to them.
> 
	Barb, I am glad that you answered this because I never saw my
answer to the original post and had surmised it went to cyber heaven.  I
wonder if RF is still around.


	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8





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