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From: "Eldon R. J. Bryant" <>
Subject: [AUS-MIL] Fw: >>> Posted AUS-MILITARY Mailing List - Subject: >>>[SLANG WORD USAGE]
Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 19:15:51 +1000
One of my grandchildren from Malanda [Atherton Tablelands] has just telephoned me seeking assistance with an ANZAC Day school project she is doing.
I asked Sinead to E-mail the para to me.... see her E-mail below.
She has to rewrite the WW I para into today's accepted English and the slang word she is looking for help on is 'mos'.
Other slang words that I am stuck on are; 'pennish', 'Adul'.
Can any readers shed any light on the subject words...
Thanks for reading,
----- Original Message -----
From: Susan Lorensen-Bryant
To: BRYANT, Eldon R J
Sent: Sunday, April 22, 2007 5:31 PM
Dear Alf Here I am propped on the pennish with a crowd of other tourists, so I thouht I'd grab a few mos now that the brass hats have gone off to have a chin-wag and tell you a bit about what its like stoushing with Adul.
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