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    Hi xxx. I remember your inverted twins with the...

    Hi xxx. I remember your inverted twins with the smilies. We met briefly along Torbay and I tried them on.

    Adrian
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    Bellarmine or Bartmann jugs. C16th and C17th,...

    Bellarmine or Bartmann jugs. C16th and C17th, reasonably common (I've seen one dug up along with many shards), but nice to have none the less. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartmann_jug
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    Frustrating - none of their other tariffs any...

    Frustrating - none of their other tariffs any good for you?

    This kind of issue is going to get worse. So much of the industry cost is energy for pumping.
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    TBH, I'd no idea some water suppliers had...

    TBH, I'd no idea some water suppliers had different tariffs.
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    Has your consumption gone up to match? If yes and...

    Has your consumption gone up to match? If yes and your behaviours are unchanged, check your own pipework for a leak.

    Also the sewage bill component relates to the water volume, so if you do have a...
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    This is becoming a Four Yorkshiremen sketch. ;)

    This is becoming a Four Yorkshiremen sketch. ;)
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    Maybe it was the recent scallop pot/disco ball...

    Maybe it was the recent scallop pot/disco ball story that got people searching.
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    They're slow drains (often perforated pipe...

    They're slow drains (often perforated pipe surrounded by large infill) intended to drain surface and ground water. They may outfall into a soakaway, but likely other streams or bigger drainage...
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    Unless it's shore entry into a boat to take you...

    Unless it's shore entry into a boat to take you the 3 miles or so to the St Dunstan, then no. Torbay is my area for shore diving, so I can't help on Dorset shore dives.
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    Would not be so many wrecks.

    Would not be so many wrecks.
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    It's the only wreck I've seen that looked capable...

    It's the only wreck I've seen that looked capable of being raised and sailing away. Upright funnel, vent cowls, trucks on the top deck, wooden seating around the stern. We did not go inside or down -...
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    Temperatures reached the dizzy heights of 10deg C...

    Temperatures reached the dizzy heights of 10deg C in August. Not much darkness.

    If you can do the Junkers, it's definitely worth the drive. The Dronning Maud is stunning. Far better than...
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    Stills from video? Seems to miss the point a...

    Stills from video? Seems to miss the point a little. OTOH, how much different is a series of images facilitated by such things as motor-drive?

    Is it the photo that wins or the photographer?
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    Fortunate the emergency cylinder had gas in it...

    Fortunate the emergency cylinder had gas in it given its use had not been taught.
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    Either works, it's going to confuse someone. :)

    Either works, it's going to confuse someone. :)
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    A for Horses, L for Leather, K for Knee, X for...

    A for Horses, L for Leather, K for Knee, X for Xylophone etc. ;)
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    Finished it last night. It's been a while since a...

    Finished it last night. It's been a while since a book enthralled me so much.
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    I've not quite got my head around the Courtarena...

    I've not quite got my head around the Courtarena - who'd go into law if losing your case might mean an end to your practice. At everything! OTOH, an institute having precedence over species...
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    I've nearly finished it. Wonderful story, a...

    I've nearly finished it. Wonderful story, a different level from Whipping Star.
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    Not bad for early 20th century imagination.

    Not bad for early 20th century imagination.
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    I have Anvil of Stars in my shelves. I'd no idea...

    I have Anvil of Stars in my shelves. I'd no idea it was a sequel, no mention on the cover. A long time since I've read it, I can't recall a thing.
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    They're probably too recent for the typical...

    They're probably too recent for the typical freebie CD content. I like that they're set in the grubbier side of Cornwall. And complete pulp. :)
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    Greg Bear E E 'Doc' Smith Alan Dean Foster...

    Greg Bear
    E E 'Doc' Smith
    Alan Dean Foster
    Frank Herbert
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    Chased down by a middle-aged Sandman no doubt...

    Chased down by a middle-aged Sandman no doubt approaching the same age? ;)
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    Taking out pre-parent would be more effective. :D...

    Taking out pre-parent would be more effective. :D

    Allan's village is lucky to have a pub and shop.
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