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Re: quarter size and dime size

  • Subject: Re: quarter size and dime size
  • From: StroWi@t-online.de (StroWi)
  • Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 21:42:21 -0500 (CDT)

Wilbert Hetterscheid schrieb:
> Berhard,
> We have had this issue of these USA'ers not using standardised measuring
> sets before. WHEN will they learn that the world is a trifle larger than a
> few isolated states and their idiosyncrasies...... GOOD LUCK!!!!!! I always
> measure in ET (Elephant Trunks): 1 German coin = 1.2245 ET......

Thanks for advice, Wilbert.

But I must be a really poor ignorant guy..... I never had a coin of that 
diameter in my purse nor heard of it (probably don't know the right 
persons...) .....

BTW: ET sounds a good dimension for measuring Amorphophallus petioles; hope the 
petioles of mine will grow that big one day.....


> > Dear Aroiders,
> >
> > could someone from the new world kindly convert that to cm (or German
> coins) for
> > someone from the old world?
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> >
> > Bernhard.
> >

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