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From: "Anne" <>
Subject: Fw: [YKS] Life in the 1500s
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 10:51:41 -0400


Now now Ian, I would think this is a very good example of how a different
accent can be interpreted by another.

It seems the same thing happened on census nights & I doubt the enumerators
were all Americans back then! <VEGA>

Regards,
Anne in CANADA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ian Hartas" <>

Perhaps the 'porridge' is yet another American corruption of
the original English ? <BG>

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regards,
Ian Hartas
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