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Old 10-01-2005, 05:37 PM
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In article , Franz Heymann
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All the butchers within a 30 mile radius of here sell only lamb.

Beanstalk Organix at Addingham is within 30 miles of you (1) ;-)

(1) As the crow flies, certainly, and possibly by road too.
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On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 17:36:17 +0000, griz wrote:

Does this mean that in the common use they are synonymous,

Yes.

...but only tsunami is really caused by earthquakes?


No. Tidal waves can also be caused by earth/seaquakes, or my not be.
Similarly a tsunami (note definition "esp one caused by an earthquake")
especially but not necessarily.
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Sacha muttered:

On 10/1/05 9:40, in article ,
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Seen from a boat
http://www.yachtaragorn.com/Thailand.htm

This is a fascinating and moving account, Martin. Thanks very much.


Seconded. On our sailing holiday in the Caribbean, our skipper used to get
up and before he did anything else, run the yacht's engine *every" morning
and last thing at night... "you never know when you going to need it in a
hurry and it must work first time". Very sensible.

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On 11/1/05 1:28 pm, in article , "Magwitch"
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Sacha muttered:

On 10/1/05 9:40, in article ,
" wrote:


Seen from a boat
http://www.yachtaragorn.com/Thailand.htm

This is a fascinating and moving account, Martin. Thanks very much.


Seconded. On our sailing holiday in the Caribbean, our skipper used to get
up and before he did anything else, run the yacht's engine *every" morning
and last thing at night... "you never know when you going to need it in a
hurry and it must work first time". Very sensible.

That, along with the maxims of always having bigger anchors and fenders than
you think you need, is one of the safety essentials.
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"Kay" wrote in message
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In article , Franz Heymann
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All the butchers within a 30 mile radius of here sell only lamb.

Beanstalk Organix at Addingham is within 30 miles of you (1) ;-)

(1) As the crow flies, certainly, and possibly by road too.


Thanks, Kay. I will try to locate them

Franz




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