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From: "Chovhani" <>
Subject: Re: Lady Godiva Admired
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 18:24:52 -0500
References: <Kr6M9.649$QI.25927@eagle.america.net>


And I suppose she was Hereward the Wake's mother too, hmm?

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"D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote in message
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> Lady Godiva as a 29th Great-Grandmother....
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> I mean, how bad is that?
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> How could any red-blooded male object to that....
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