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I just learned that a British dyke is the same thing as an American dike.

But an American dyke is much different. :)
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I just learned that a British dyke is the same thing as an American dike.

But an American dyke is much different. :)


That's why you don't see this in Britain:

www.averagjoe.com/0521y

~aj
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I just learned that a British dyke is the same thing as an American dike.

But an American dyke is much different. :)



If you think of what little Hans Brinker did when he saw water trickling through a little defect in the dike.......there is an observation that can be made of similar actions for different reasons. But if I put it into words, the Fool would probably pull the post.


sheila
(whose mind sometimes isn't at the highest levels)
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Good response!

Laurie
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