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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Tue, 22 April 2008 Antarctica -> The Alfred Wegener institute for Polar Research in Bremen, that is one of th -> leading authorities in Antarctic research, has announced that the current -> upcoming winter in Antarctica is the ...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Thu, 03 April 2008 Chinese dyslexia We all know that people with dyslexia get the letters in words mixed up. But how is the condition manifested in people who read and write Chinese? Or are there no Chinese dyslectics? ...
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From:  Carlos Carleos (2:341/14.79)
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Date: Sun, 20 April 2008 Chinese dyslexia Saluton, Miles! 16 Apr 08 06:05, vi skribis al mi: MM> the Sumerians took a metacognitive approach to the teaching of MM> their written language 3,500 years ago that today's pedagogues are MM> ju...
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From:  Michiel van der Vlist (2:280/5555)
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Date: Fri, 21 March 2008 The last of the thre ( 1 2 3) Hello Miles, On Thursday March 20 2008 15:00, you wrote to me: MvV>> Asimov MvV>> Heinlein MvV>> Clarke MvV>> ..... MM> Wasn't it Asimov's story about the "Names of God" that ended up MM> wit...
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From:  Roy Witt (1:397/22)
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Date: Fri, 18 April 2008 The last of the thre 16 Apr 08 08:13, Roger Nelson wrote to Roy Witt: RW>> RN> Exception: Lake Pontchartrain is a mixture of fresh water and RW>> sea RW>> RN> water. RW>> And there are fish that have the ability to...
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From:  Bjrn Forsstrm (2:203/614.61)
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Date: Thu, 17 April 2008 The last of the thre ->> I guess and it must have been some time you were there, no ferry now but a ->> bridge. DW> I know there's a bridge across the strait to Sweden, but is there one DW> across the Sjalland - Fyn st...
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From:  Bjrn Forsstrm (2:203/614.61)
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Date: Wed, 16 April 2008 The last of the thre ->> between Sweden and Denmark. DW> I remember the ferry taking quite a while to cross it. I looked on a map DW> yesterday, and it certainly looks wider. Oh, it is but not that much so it would h...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Wed, 16 April 2008 The last of the thre -> ->> between Sweden and Denmark. -> DW> I remember the ferry taking quite a while to cross it. I looked on a ma -> DW> yesterday, and it certainly looks wider. -> Oh, it is but not that ...
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From:  Roy Witt (1:397/22)
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Date: Wed, 16 April 2008 The last of the thre 15 Apr 08 10:21, DAVID WILLIAMS wrote to Roy Witt: DW> -> DW> to the ocean is generally outward. However, it is tidal, so DW> the flow -> DW> is sometimes inward, which brings some salty water D...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Wed, 16 April 2008 The last of the thre -> DW> But there are several straits "in parallel" in that area. As far as I -> DW> recall (it's been a while since I was there), the strait between the tw -> DW> large Danish islands is larger ...
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From:  Bjrn Forsstrm (2:203/614.61)
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Date: Wed, 16 April 2008 The last of the thre ->> I'm not so sure about that. It's vey narrow between Sweden and Denmark so ->> it can't be much of a flow there DW> But there are several straits "in parallel" in that area. As far as I DW> reca...
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From:  Paul Quinn (3:640/384)
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Date: Tue, 15 April 2008 The last of the thre Hi! Ward, On 15 Apr 08 11:49, you wrote to me: PQ>> frequencies or whatever, roughly 2% of the static noise on the TV PQ>> set is generated from the background radiation left over from the PQ>> B...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Tue, 15 April 2008 The last of the thre -> I'm not so sure about that. It's vey narrow between Sweden and Denmark so -> it can't be much of a flow there But there are several straits "in parallel" in that area. As far as I recall (it...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Tue, 15 April 2008 The last of the thre -> DW> to the ocean is generally outward. However, it is tidal, so the flow -> DW> is sometimes inward, which brings some salty water into the Baltic, -> DW> where it mixes with the fresh water. ...
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From:  Roy Witt (1:397/22)
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Date: Mon, 14 April 2008 Positioning 14 Apr 08 15:25, Ward Dossche wrote to All: WD> The need has arisen in our local scouting group to have some kind of WD> transmitting devices to be handed-out to individual troups allowing WD> the...
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From:  Bjrn Forsstrm (2:203/614.61)
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Date: Tue, 15 April 2008 The last of the thre ->> Where exactly did you swim in the Baltic Sea? DW> Off the coast of Denmark, south of Copenhagen. That's close to the straits DW> that lead to the ocean. I tasted the water. It was distinctly sa...
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From:  Carlos Carleos (2:341/14.79)
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Date: Tue, 15 April 2008 Chinese dyslexia Saluton, Miles! 12 Apr 08 06:08, vi skribis al mi: MM> Mmmm ... I have read somewhere that readers of Chinese do not MM> exhibit dyslexia, but that may have been from more from creative MM> writ...
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Mon, 14 April 2008 The last of the thre -> As far as I know the Baltic Sea is fresh water only. The mix between fresh -> and saltwater is at the south, somewhere between Sweden and Poland I -> guess and there isn't much tidal here either....
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From:  DAVID WILLIAMS (1:250/514)
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Date: Mon, 14 April 2008 Positioning -> The need has arisen in our local scouting group to have some kind of -> transmitting devices to be handed-out to individual troups allowing them to -> tracked while "in the field" to know where...
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From:  Michiel van der Vlist (2:280/5555)
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Date: Mon, 14 April 2008 Positioning Hello Ward, On Monday April 14 2008 15:25, you wrote to All: WD> The need has arisen in our local scouting group to have some kind of WD> transmitting devices to be handed-out to individual troups...
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