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David I have been saying this for ages, it's even in the 'rules and
regulations', but as it was ME saying it, the stupid ones would ignore me,
HOWEVER, as it is YOU, they might take notice :-)

Chucking it down with mizzle here on the south east coast of the Isle of
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On Fri, 26 Oct 2012 11:24:51 +0100, "'Mike'"
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Chucking it down with mizzle here on the south east coast of the Isle of
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I had to look up "mizzle".

It's brilliant sunshine here in Cheshire but very cold.

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On 26/10/2012 11:57, David Hill wrote:
Please prune your replies, there is no need to show the last several
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Is the pruning best done in Spring or Winter? ;-)


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On 26/10/2012 11:33, Stephen Wolstenholme wrote:
On Fri, 26 Oct 2012 11:24:51 +0100, "'Mike'"
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Chucking it down with mizzle here on the south east coast of the Isle of
Wight


I had to look up "mizzle".

It's brilliant sunshine here in Cheshire but very cold.

Steve


I thought only Cornwall got mizzle. Daphne du Maurier?
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On 26/10/2012 11:33, Stephen Wolstenholme wrote:
On Fri, 26 Oct 2012 11:24:51 +0100, "'Mike'"
wrote:

Chucking it down with mizzle here on the south east coast of the Isle of
Wight


I had to look up "mizzle".

It's brilliant sunshine here in Cheshire but very cold.

Steve


I thought only Cornwall got mizzle. Daphne du Maurier?


and Devon. When my wife worked in the Legal Department of the County Council
she worked with a wonderful lady from Devon who came out with it. I also
seem to remember it from when I was in Devon during the war

Mike


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On 10/26/2012 01:37 PM, David in Normandy wrote:
Is the pruning best done in Spring or Winter? ;-)


All year round!
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On 10/26/2012 05:04 PM, Judith, Massif Central France. wrote:
I don't know, just tell me what you see when I reply :-)


No pruning at all...
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I thought only Cornwall got mizzle. Daphne du Maurier?


The term "mizzle" is commonly used here in Leics. It's less than drizzle,
it's what covers you with wet when it's foggy. That's mizzle. Not actually
raining or drizzling but the air kind of wets you. Does that make sense?








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On 10/26/2012 1:27 PM, Christina Websell wrote:
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I thought only Cornwall got mizzle. Daphne du Maurier?


The term "mizzle" is commonly used here in Leics. It's less than drizzle,
it's what covers you with wet when it's foggy. That's mizzle. Not actually
raining or drizzling but the air kind of wets you. Does that make sense?

That's what my mother called Scotch Mist.

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On 26/10/2012 16:18, Emery Davis wrote:
On 10/26/2012 05:04 PM, Judith, Massif Central France. wrote:
I don't know, just tell me what you see when I reply :-)


No pruning at all...


Judith doesn't see the quoted text because gurgle gropes hides it in its
standard web view, I think there is a setting or button to press to show
quoted text.

When you reply it is included despite the user not being able to see it
and folk with actual newsreader software see it all. Or at lest I think
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On 10/26/2012 1:48 PM, Martin wrote:
On Fri, 26 Oct 2012 13:29:27 -0400, S Viemeister
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On 10/26/2012 1:27 PM, Christina Websell wrote:
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I thought only Cornwall got mizzle. Daphne du Maurier?

The term "mizzle" is commonly used here in Leics. It's less than drizzle,
it's what covers you with wet when it's foggy. That's mizzle. Not actually
raining or drizzling but the air kind of wets you. Does that make sense?

That's what my mother called Scotch Mist.


Mizzle is mist and drizzle merged to make one word.

Well, yes!
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Stephen Wolstenholme wrote:
Chucking it down with mizzle here on the south east coast of the Isle of
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I had to look up "mizzle".


Mizzle's a great word. It's like an onomatopoeia of weather.
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David in Normandy wrote:
Please prune your replies, there is no need to show the last several
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Is the pruning best done in Spring or Winter? ;-)


Depends on whether you're trying to achieve a particular shape to your
thread, or just to encourage new and healthier shoots to appear.


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