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Re: No Hosta in Windows Dictionary

Dear Charles,   If us colonist can muck up the works, I'm sure like others
we would be delighted to have any other nationality assist.   we have enough
mad hostavites whats the diff between that and mad cow?  This is a good way
to help find out where differences can be concerning a specific Hosta.
(Example  lets say I call a Hosta Malvinas and you say Falklands at least we
know what other names something may be labeled or known as).    I think I'm
learning from my research.

Yours on the other side of the pond,
Kate E. Ardissono
-----Original Message-----
From: charles packard <charlie@charliecheese.demon.co.uk>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Sunday, December 12, 1999 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: No Hosta in Windows Dictionary

>Hi Mary,
>I think the Hosta library is brilliant and a wonderful help to us learners.
>My comment was directed at those compiling the dictionary that came with my
>Windows 98 software.
>I, too, am refraining from offering Bob any help.  The English are in
>trouble with B.S.E.[mad cow problems!] and if I committed errors on the
>Library the situation could become nuclear !!!
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