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Re: American dialect of Brithenig
Padraic Brown scripsit:
> Aeroplanes are curiosities ruminated on
> by the military (RAF) or are the domain of a few rich (but idiotic and
> shortlived) barnstormers (After all, who would want to go up in the air
> in something that doesn't naturally float!?).
I believe that aeroplanes are in fact in use by the military: if not
as bombers, at least as fast couriers. As in the alternate America
of *The Two Georges*, sometimes the need for speed dominates all else.
John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
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