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From: Duty Adviser <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Thu, 10 Feb 1994 10:35:26 GMT

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Clare Gill
Duty Adviser, UCD Computing Services.
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Phone: 353-1-706-8645
What says "Pieces of seven, Pieces of seven"?
A Parroty error
----------------------------Original message----------------------------
Thank you all for the responses I received regarding my rowan-tree posts.
If anyone wishes to pass them along, you have my permission (just keep
my address with it so that others can reach me if need be, please).
Tree lore is an especial favourite of mine, and if anyone would like
similar renditions of other species, I'll try to pass what I can find
about them along.  As you know, trees and plants are often referenced
in folksongs, etc., with their original meaning nearly lost (often
referring to the dead).
As a postscript, I forgot to mention that while "luis" is the early Irish
name for rowan, "cerddinen" is the Welsh.  I've also seen cerdinen.
                                         Elisabeth Eilir Rowan
                                         [log in to unmask]
                                         University of Kentucky
                                         Lexington, Kentucky
--------------------------[whose weather, incidently, has reached new heights
in its famed volatility, as the last 24 hours have seen Fahrenheit temps from
the 30s to 56 to the 30s again to 61 and a violent thunderstorm to the current
conditions of snow after freezing rain, with temps in the 20s.--Just a typical
late winter day in the Bluegrass. :) ]----------------------------------------

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