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Ooooo so many fond memories of playing "Football".... *sigh* The rules were ("when I were a lad") 2 teams, 2 goals, 1 ball and no rules. :shock: Also we used to use randon trees, shields, castles etc as the goals over a large-ish undefined playing area. I've got a sneaky suspicion (?spelling :oops: ...
- Tue Jul 29, 2008 10:28 pm
- Forum: Book, Film, TV & Music Reviews
- Topic: Books about C15th Nuns. - Recommendations
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Anything by Eileen Powers is good (although usually about Beneictine Nuns) the down side is that the books are sometimes out of print and therefore a little difficult to obtain - but worth the hassle
Ketill (Old Norse), ketel (Middle English) = kettle. The word kettle derives from the Latin "catillus" a diminutive of "catinus" or "large bowl." It appears in Old English as "cetel" and in Old Norse as "ketill." In Middle English it is "ketel." The definition is, a metal pot, usually with a lid for...
- Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:20 pm
- Forum: General History
- Topic: Period plant growing
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Hey there G23b, How about this use for Fennel stems: Harvest and cut to less than a foot in length, then tie together as if for a fire faggot, place somewhere sheltered (preferably south facing) to form a habitat for the Red Mason Bee - damn good addition to the garden for pollination and vaguely ch...