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Old September 12th, 2019, 09:37 AM
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Default [Dixonary] Results Round 3013 Prisencolinensinainciusol

As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this
time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol"
below via the two links:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8

<goog_67929737>
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol

We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had
to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony
in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I
believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)

I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and
John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent
it. Here are the scores:
Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted
for by: Score:
[nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial
which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave
Cunningham Mike S. 1
A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy,
U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of
North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim
Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem
Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
Gibberish Dixionary na
A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver
disease in Tony
Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike
Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3

John B Dealer gives 2 points
Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points




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Old September 12th, 2019, 09:46 AM
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I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.

Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.

Efrem

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> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8 <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8>
>
> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol>
>
> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>
> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent it.. Here are the scores:
> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted for by: Score:
> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain.. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
> Gibberish Dixionary na
> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>
> John B Dealer gives 2 points
> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>
>
>
>
> --
> ~Bending under the weight of His mercies~
>
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>
> http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ <http://www.godlife.com/gospel/> and http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity <http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity>
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Old September 12th, 2019, 02:16 PM
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the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.

On 9/12/2019 10:37 AM, Debbie wrote:
> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this
> time, so please find the definition of the word
> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>
> <goog_67929737>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>
> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I
> had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead
> of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real
> definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>
> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition)
> and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when
> he sent it. Here are the scores:
> Round 3013 -- Definitions forPrisencolinensinainciusol Written by:
> Voted for by: Score:
> [nonce] * * a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television
> commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a
> certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government
> (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid
> areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a
> bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem
> Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
> Gibberish Dixionary na
> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver
> disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction
> (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>
> John B Dealer gives 2 points
> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>
>
>
>
>
> --
> /*~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*/
>
>
> *This life is temporary. This life is short.* When this life
> is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells, but
> our souls will continue to live forever.* Where will the
> “real you” live?* Will you live for all eternity separated
> from God?* Or will you spend eternity in the presence of God
> in heaven?** Learn more so you can make your most important
> decision:
> *
>
>
> *http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ and
> http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity*
>
>
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Old September 12th, 2019, 02:21 PM
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Does the red color (as seen on my machine, anyway) mean something.

On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than
> Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds
> until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative
> scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>
> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>
> Efrem
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com
>> <mailto:chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>
>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules
>> this time, so please find the definition of the word
>> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>>
>> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>>
>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I
>> had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was
>> ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the
>> real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>
>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition)
>> and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when
>> he sent it. Here are the scores:
>> Round 3013 -- Definitions forPrisencolinensinainciusol Written by:
>> Voted for by: Score:
>> [nonce] * a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television
>> commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a
>> certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government
>> (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid
>> areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a
>> bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol
>> Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel
>> W. 1
>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver
>> disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
>> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction
>> (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>
>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> /*~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*/
>>
>>
>> *This life is temporary. This life is short.* When this
>> life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells,
>> but our souls will continue to live forever.* Where will
>> the “real you” live?* Will you live for all eternity
>> separated from God?* Or will you spend eternity in the
>> presence of God in heaven?** Learn more so you can make
>> your most important decision:
>> *
>>
>>
>> *http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ and
>> http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity*
>>
>>
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Old September 12th, 2019, 02:52 PM
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Guerri, it was for my benefit only.

On Thu, Sep 12, 2019, 3:21 PM Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>
wrote:

> Does the red color (as seen on my machine, anyway) mean something.
> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>
> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than
> Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until
> there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores
> since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>
> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>
> Efrem
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this
> time, so please find the definition of the word
> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>
> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had
> to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony
> in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I
> believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>
> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and
> John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent
> it. Here are the scores:
> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted
> for by: Score:
> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial
> which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave
> Cunningham Mike S. 1
> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy,
> U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of
> North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain.. Tim
> Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem
> Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
> Gibberish Dixionary na
> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony
> Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike
> Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>
> John B Dealer gives 2 points
> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>
>
>
>
> --
> *~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*
>
>
> *This life is temporary. This life is short. When this life is over, our
> bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to
> live forever. Where will the “real you” live? Will you live for all
> eternity separated from God? Or will you spend eternity in the presence of
> God in heaven? Learn more so you can make your most important decision:
> * *http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ <http://www.godlife.com/gospel/> and
> http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity
> <http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity>*
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Old September 12th, 2019, 02:54 PM
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No, it's not. DDT used chlorinated hydrocarbons. The active ingredient in Roundup is glyphosate, which as far as is known at this time seems to be safe in recommended quantities. (Lots of wiggle room there. I'm not about to go out on a limb and make any safety claims for it.) The issues with Roundup were with its supposedly inert ingredients, at least of of which - polyethoxylated tallowamine - turned out to be far from inert in humans.

Efrem

> On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:16 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.
>
> On 9/12/2019 10:37 AM, Debbie wrote:
>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8 <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8>
>>
>> <x-msg://6/goog_67929737>
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol>
>>
>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>
>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent it. Here are the scores:
>> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted for by: Score:
>> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>
>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> ~Bending under the weight of His mercies~
>>
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Old September 12th, 2019, 02:56 PM
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Guerri,

It seems to highlight the names of the two players who tied fior the lead with 4 points each.

Efrem

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> On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:21 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> Does the red color (as seen on my machine, anyway) mean something.
>
> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>>
>> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>>
>> Efrem
>>
>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>
>>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com <mailto:chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>>
>>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8 <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8>
>>>
>>> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
>>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol>
>>>
>>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>>
>>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent it. Here are the scores:
>>> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted for by: Score:
>>> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
>>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>>
>>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>> ~Bending under the weight of His mercies~
>>>
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Old September 12th, 2019, 04:07 PM
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Wow. That song is a trip.






On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 12:56:06 PM UTC-7, Efrem wrote:
>
> Guerri,
>
> It seems to highlight the names of the two players who tied fior the lead
> with 4 points each.
>
> Efrem
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
> On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:21 PM, Guerri Stevens <gue... (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com
> <javascript:>> wrote:
>
> Does the red color (as seen on my machine, anyway) mean something.
> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>
> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than
> Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until
> there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores
> since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>
> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>
> Efrem
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chow... (AT) gmail (DOT) com <javascript:>>
> wrote:
>
> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this
> time, so please find the definition of the word
> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>
> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had
> to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony
> in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I
> believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>
> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and
> John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent
> it. Here are the scores:
> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted
> for by: Score:
> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial
> which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave
> Cunningham Mike S. 1
> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy,
> U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of
> North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain.. Tim
> Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem
> Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
> Gibberish Dixionary na
> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony
> Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike
> Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>
> John B Dealer gives 2 points
> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>
>
>
>
> --
> *~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*
>
>
> *This life is temporary. This life is short. When this life is over, our
> bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to
> live forever. Where will the “real you” live? Will you live for all
> eternity separated from God? Or will you spend eternity in the presence of
> God in heaven? Learn more so you can make your most important decision:
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Old September 12th, 2019, 05:54 PM
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Showed it to my friend, who's a real Chaplinhead, and he brought up a
similar nonsense song from Chaplin's Modern Times, which is meant to sound
Italian (as far as we can tell). I wonder if Prisencolinensinaincusol was
something of a response to Chaplin's efforts. In this video, the song
starts at about 1:30:

https://youtu.be/2FIt4g9fgcg


On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 2:07:59 PM UTC-7, Ryan McGill wrote:
>
> Wow. That song is a trip.
>
>
>
>
>
>
> On Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 12:56:06 PM UTC-7, Efrem wrote:
>>
>> Guerri,
>>
>> It seems to highlight the names of the two players who tied fior the lead
>> with 4 points each.
>>
>> Efrem
>>
>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>
>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 3:21 PM, Guerri Stevens <gue... (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Does the red color (as seen on my machine, anyway) mean something.
>> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>>
>> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than
>> Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until
>> there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores
>> since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>>
>> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>>
>> Efrem
>>
>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>
>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chow... (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:
>>
>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this
>> time, so please find the definition of the word
>> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>>
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>>
>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had
>> to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony
>> in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I
>> believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>
>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and
>> John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent
>> it. Here are the scores:
>> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted
>> for by: Score:
>> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial
>> which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave
>> Cunningham Mike S. 1
>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government
>> (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas
>> of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim
>> Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem
>> Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease
>> in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
>> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike
>> Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>
>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> *~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*
>>
>>
>> *This life is temporary. This life is short. When this life is over, our
>> bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to
>> live forever. Where will the “real you” live? Will you live for all
>> eternity separated from God? Or will you spend eternity in the presence of
>> God in heaven? Learn more so you can make your most important decision:
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Old September 12th, 2019, 08:47 PM
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My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
least when used occasionally by homeowners.

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> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.


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Old September 13th, 2019, 04:53 PM
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Would someone please send me instructions on how to send a message to
Efrem. The only address I have for him is

*** efrem g Mallach via dixonary and I don't think that will work. I am
using Thunderbird, in case that matters.

On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than
> Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds
> until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative
> scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>
> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>
> Efrem
>
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>
>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com
>> <mailto:chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>
>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules
>> this time, so please find the definition of the word
>> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>>
>> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>>
>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I
>> had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was
>> ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the
>> real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>
>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition)
>> and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when
>> he sent it. Here are the scores:
>> Round 3013 -- Definitions forPrisencolinensinainciusol Written by:
>> Voted for by: Score:
>> [nonce] * a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television
>> commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a
>> certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government
>> (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid
>> areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a
>> bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol
>> Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel
>> W. 1
>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver
>> disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
>> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction
>> (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>
>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> /*~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*/
>>
>>
>> *This life is temporary. This life is short.* When this
>> life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells,
>> but our souls will continue to live forever.* Where will
>> the “real you” live?* Will you live for all eternity
>> separated from God?* Or will you spend eternity in the
>> presence of God in heaven?** Learn more so you can make
>> your most important decision:
>> *
>>
>>
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Old September 13th, 2019, 06:14 PM
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My address is in every word announcement and progress report I send: emallach at verizon dot net. Hasn’t changed in all the years I’ve played.

Looking forward to seeing your def!!

E

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 13, 2019, at 5:53 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> Would someone please send me instructions on how to send a message to Efrem. The only address I have for him is
>
> efrem g Mallach via dixonary and I don't think that will work. I am using Thunderbird, in case that matters.
>
>> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>>
>> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>>
>> Efrem
>>
>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>
>>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com> wrote:
>>>
>>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>>>
>>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>>>
>>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>>
>>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent it. Here are the scores:
>>> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted for by: Score:
>>> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
>>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>>
>>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --
>>> ~Bending under the weight of His mercies~
>>>
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>>>
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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:18 AM
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We hire people to do some of our yard work, but I still enjoy puttering
around. I wonder about people whose job or business is landscaping and
other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind. And some of these
dangers don't come to light right away.

On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>
> ------------------------------------------
> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>
>> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
>> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.


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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:32 AM
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I worry for those who spray our homes for insects.

On Sat, Sep 14, 2019, 12:18 PM Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>
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> around. I wonder about people whose job or business is landscaping and
> other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind. And some of these
> dangers don't come to light right away.
> On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
>
>
> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>
> ------------------------------------------
> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>
>
> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.
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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:45 AM
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The address that shows up is Efrem Mallach via Dixonary (AT) googlegroups (DOT) com

I am replying to your message. It is possible that there was, at some
point, a glitch on my end that caused a message not to be delivered.

On 9/13/2019 7:14 PM, 'Efrem Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
> My address is in every word announcement and progress report I send:
> emallach at verizon dot net. Hasn’t changed in all the years I’ve played.
>
> Looking forward to seeing your def!!
>
> E
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On Sep 13, 2019, at 5:53 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com
> <mailto:guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>> wrote:
>
>> Would someone please send me instructions on how to send a message to
>> Efrem. The only address I have for him is
>>
>> *** efrem g Mallach via dixonary and I don't think that will work. I
>> am using Thunderbird, in case that matters.
>>
>> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>>> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher
>>> than Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier
>>> rounds until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to
>>> cumulative scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead
>>> of me.
>>>
>>> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT.
>>>
>>> Efrem
>>>
>>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>>
>>>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com
>>>> <mailto:chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules
>>>> this time, so please find the definition of the word
>>>> "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8
>>>>
>>>> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
>>>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol
>>>>
>>>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each.
>>>> I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was
>>>> ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the
>>>> real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>>>
>>>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition)
>>>> and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately
>>>> when he sent it. Here are the scores:
>>>> Round 3013 -- Definitions forPrisencolinensinainciusol Written by:
>>>> Voted for by: Score:
>>>> [nonce] * a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television
>>>> commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a
>>>> certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>>>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of
>>>> government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy,
>>>> Mike S. 2
>>>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid
>>>> areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>>>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a
>>>> bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>>>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol
>>>> Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>>>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson
>>>> 0
>>>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel
>>>> W. 1
>>>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>>>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>>>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver
>>>> disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>>>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>>>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>>>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World
>>>> Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>>>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction
>>>> (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>>>
>>>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>>>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> /*~Bending under the weight of His mercies~*/
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> *This life is temporary. This life is short. When this
>>>> life is over, our bodies will die and become empty
>>>> shells, but our souls will continue to live forever.*
>>>> Where will the “real you” live? Will you live for all
>>>> eternity separated from God?* Or will you spend eternity
>>>> in the presence of God in heaven?** Learn more so you can
>>>> make your most important decision:
>>>> *
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> *http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ and
>>>> http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity*
>>>>
>>>>
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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:47 AM
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The history of science is replete with things that were thought to be benign but were later found to cause serious problems over time.

- Lewis Carroll's mad hatter was not a random turn of phrase. Exposure to mercury in making felt for hats causes a neurological disease, erethism, also called "mad hatter's disease" or "mad hatter's syndrome."

- Marie Curie died of anemia caused by exposure to radium. Despite that, it was used to make glow-in-the-dark watches well into the last half of the 20th century. The workers who applied it to watch dials would wet their brushes in their mouths, leading to radium necrosis of the jaw..

- Many of us are old enough to remember when three out of four doctors recommended Chesterfield cigarettes.

- Any number of plant and animal species were introduced to new regions to control pests, and turned out to be worse pests.

- And what will we find out, a few decades from now, about genetically modified foods?

The unifying thread to many of these examples is that not only did something cause harm, but the mechanism through which it caused harm was not known to the science of the day. ("The day" is not always long ago.) Thus, a scientist who was asked if something could be harmful could honestly reply "No, it can't," because it could not cause harm through any known mechanism. Therefore, anyone who says something can't be harmful (e.g., "GMOs can't hurt you") is essentially saying "we know all there is to know about all possible mechanisms through which something can harm us." I don't think any reputable scientist would agree with that statement in so many words, yet many of them say things that imply it.

Back in the 1990s, when the university at which I then taught didn't have enough classroom space in the building where we usually held our classes, some were scheduled for a building that housed the university's nuclear physics research reactor. To their credit, though only after some pushback, they let faculty refuse classroom assignments there - despite assurances that the level of radiation in the building was completely safe. I did. (I still fly to Australia and New Zealand, though. Getting there by ship from North America takes too long. Fortunately, the chances of my fathering any more children are small.)

Caveat user.

Efrem

> On Sep 14, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> We hire people to do some of our yard work, but I still enjoy puttering around. I wonder about people whose job or business is landscaping and other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind. And some of these dangers don't come to light right away.
>
> On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
>> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
>> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
>> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
>> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>>
>> ------------------------------------------
>> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>>
>>> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
>>> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.

>
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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:49 AM
'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary
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I agree that it shows up that way. I'm still trying to fix it. In the meantime, though, I always give my email address in the body of all dealer messages as "emallach at verizon dot net." It shouldn't be hard to find.

e

> On Sep 14, 2019, at 12:45 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com> wrote:
>
> The address that shows up is Efrem Mallach via Dixonary (AT) googlegroups (DOT) com <mailtoixonary (AT) googlegroups (DOT) com>
> I am replying to your message. It is possible that there was, at some point, a glitch on my end that caused a message not to be delivered.
>
> On 9/13/2019 7:14 PM, 'Efrem Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>> My address is in every word announcement and progress report I send: emallach at verizon dot net. Hasn’t changed in all the years I’ve played.
>>
>> Looking forward to seeing your def!!
>>
>> E
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> On Sep 13, 2019, at 5:53 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com <mailto:guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>
>>> Would someone please send me instructions on how to send a message to Efrem. The only address I have for him is
>>>
>>> efrem g Mallach via dixonary and I don't think that will work. I am using Thunderbird, in case that matters.
>>>
>>> On 9/12/2019 10:46 AM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>>>> I accept the deal, but because my 4-round rolling score is higher than Tony's. Were we tied there, rather than going back to earlier rounds until there's one where we're not tied, I think we move to cumulative scores since the game began - in which Tony is well ahead of me.
>>>>
>>>> Anyhow, new word soon. Definitions will be due Saturday morning US EDT..
>>>>
>>>> Efrem
>>>>
>>>> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
>>>>
>>>>> On Sep 12, 2019, at 10:37 AM, Debbie <chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com <mailto:chowwoman (AT) gmail (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> As you recall, I said I was playing hard and loose with the rules this time, so please find the definition of the word "Prisencolinensinainciusol" below via the two links:
>>>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8 <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VsmF9m_Nt8>
>>>>>
>>>>> <x-msg://8/goog_67929737>
>>>>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prisencolinensinainciusol>
>>>>>
>>>>> We have a tie this time between Ephrem and Tony with 4 points each. I had to go back to Round 3011 to find a point at which Ephrem was ahead of Tony in the rolling scores by virtue of Tony guessing the real definition, so I believe Ephrem is the next dealer. (Right?)
>>>>>
>>>>> I awarded 2 dealer points to both Tim Lodge (for a lost definition) and John Barr whose definition I totally misunderstood privately when he sent it. Here are the scores:
>>>>> Round 3013 -- Definitions for Prisencolinensinainciusol Written by: Voted for by: Score:
>>>>> [nonce] a "secret ingredient" in a New Zealand television commercial which promises to reduce the price of clothing from a certain company. Dave Cunningham Mike S. 1
>>>>> A nonce word for a cleaning solution used in the halls of government (Spy, U.S. magazine, 1982) Nancy Shepherdson Judy, Mike S. 2
>>>>> an acidic forest soil of low fertility, common to the cool, humid areas of North America and Eurasia Judy Madnick Guerri 1
>>>>> a price that is made to appear to be cheap, but is actually not a bargain. Tim Bourne Dave C, Tim L 2
>>>>> Chemical name of an industrial cleanser commonly sold as Prisol Efrem Mallach Judy, Nancy, Dave C, Tim L 4
>>>>> A leached soil formed mainly in cool, humid climates. Chris Carson 0
>>>>> The sleepy mumble of someone with a hangover. Shani Naylor Daniel W. 1
>>>>> To put into a mixed and disordered condition Daniel Widdis 0
>>>>> Gibberish Dixionary na
>>>>> A cyclodiene chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide that causes liver disease in Tony Abell Tim B, Efrem, Shani, Guerri 4
>>>>> animals and is a suspected human carcinogen.
>>>>> a branch of nuclear physics. Guerri Stevens Tim B 1
>>>>> togetherness, harmony. Coined for promotional use by the 1968 World Language Fair. Ryan McGill Daniel W. 1
>>>>> a proprietary aliphatic solvent used in oil and gas extraction (fracking) Mike Shefler Ephrem, Nancy, Shani 3
>>>>>
>>>>> John B Dealer gives 2 points
>>>>> Tim Lodge Dealer gives 2 points
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> ~Bending under the weight of His mercies~
>>>>>
>>>>> This life is temporary. This life is short. When this life is over, our bodies will die and become empty shells, but our souls will continue to live forever. Where will the “real you” live? Will you live for all eternity separated from God? Or will you spend eternity in the presence of God in heaven? Learn more so you can make your most important decision:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://www.godlife.com/gospel/ <http://www.godlife.com/gospel/> and http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity <http://www.godlife.com/en/about-christianity>
>>>>>
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Old September 14th, 2019, 11:59 AM
Guerri Stevens
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Default Re: [Dixonary] Results Round 3013 Prisencolinensinainciusol

Now we have, or at least some of us have, mercury amalgam fillings in
our teeth.

On 9/14/2019 12:47 PM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
> The history of science is replete with things that were thought to be
> benign but were later found to cause serious problems over time.
>
> - Lewis Carroll's mad hatter was not a random turn of phrase. Exposure
> to mercury in making felt for hats causes a neurological disease,
> erethism, also called "mad hatter's disease" or "mad hatter's syndrome."
>
> - Marie Curie died of anemia caused by exposure to radium. Despite
> that, it was used to make glow-in-the-dark watches well into the last
> half of the 20th century. The workers who applied it to watch dials
> would wet their brushes in their mouths, leading to radium necrosis of
> the jaw..
>
> - Many of us are old enough to remember when three out of four doctors
> recommended Chesterfield cigarettes.
>
> - Any number of plant and animal species were introduced to new
> regions to control pests, and turned out to be worse pests.
>
> - And what will we find out, a few decades from now, about genetically
> modified foods?
>
> The unifying thread to many of these examples is that not only did
> something cause harm, but the mechanism through which it caused harm
> was not known to the science of the day. ("The day" is not always long
> ago.) Thus, a scientist who was asked if something could be harmful
> could honestly reply "No, it can't," because it could not cause harm
> through any known mechanism. Therefore, anyone who says something
> can't be harmful (e.g., "GMOs can't hurt you") is essentially saying
> "we know all there is to know about all possible mechanisms through
> which something can harm us." I don't think any reputable scientist
> would agree with that statement in so many words, yet many of them say
> things that imply it.
>
> Back in the 1990s, when the university at which I then taught didn't
> have enough classroom space in the building where we usually held our
> classes, some were scheduled for a building that housed the
> university's nuclear physics research reactor. To their credit, though
> only after some pushback, they let faculty refuse classroom
> assignments there - despite assurances that the level of radiation in
> the building was completely safe. I did. (I still fly to Australia and
> New Zealand, though. Getting there by ship from North America takes
> too long. Fortunately, the chances of my fathering any more children
> are small.)
>
> Caveat user.
>
> Efrem
>
>> On Sep 14, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Guerri Stevens
>> <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com <mailto:guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>
>> We hire people to do some of our yard work, but I still enjoy
>> puttering around. I wonder about people whose job or business is
>> landscaping and other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind.
>> And some of these dangers don't come to light right away.
>>
>> On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
>>> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
>>> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
>>> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
>>> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>>>
>>> ------------------------------------------
>>> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>>>
>>>> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
>>>> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.

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Old September 14th, 2019, 12:20 PM
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sometimes one has to balance things... half a dozen mercury fillings may
not be anywhere near as serious a problem as persistent recurring
abscesses... the issue is not so much about the damage things may cause
but* two other things -

* a) when you DO know the potential problems judging the relative
benefits and risks
* *b) the blind ignorance of blithely declaring 'no problem exists'
by so called authority - it is then very much still a risk
assessment but much harder for each of us

Something that I recognise more and more as I grow older - living is a
problem and life is a terminal situation. That doesn't cause me to be
irresponsible, nor to 'not worry' but it does help me to be aware that I
myself cannot control everything


*JohnnyB*
On 14/09/2019 17:59, Guerri Stevens wrote:
>
> Now we have, or at least some of us have, mercury amalgam fillings in
> our teeth.
>
> On 9/14/2019 12:47 PM, 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary wrote:
>> The history of science is replete with things that were thought to be
>> benign but were later found to cause serious problems over time.
>>
>> - Lewis Carroll's mad hatter was not a random turn of phrase.
>> Exposure to mercury in making felt for hats causes a neurological
>> disease, erethism, also called "mad hatter's disease" or "mad
>> hatter's syndrome."
>>
>> - Marie Curie died of anemia caused by exposure to radium. Despite
>> that, it was used to make glow-in-the-dark watches well into the last
>> half of the 20th century. The workers who applied it to watch dials
>> would wet their brushes in their mouths, leading to radium necrosis
>> of the jaw..
>>
>> - Many of us are old enough to remember when three out of four
>> doctors recommended Chesterfield cigarettes.
>>
>> - Any number of plant and animal species were introduced to new
>> regions to control pests, and turned out to be worse pests.
>>
>> - And what will we find out, a few decades from now, about
>> genetically modified foods?
>>
>> The unifying thread to many of these examples is that not only did
>> something cause harm, but the mechanism through which it caused harm
>> was not known to the science of the day. ("The day" is not always
>> long ago.) Thus, a scientist who was asked if something could be
>> harmful could honestly reply "No, it can't," because it could not
>> cause harm through any known mechanism. Therefore, anyone who says
>> something can't be harmful (e.g., "GMOs can't hurt you") is
>> essentially saying "we know all there is to know about all possible
>> mechanisms through which something can harm us." I don't think any
>> reputable scientist would agree with that statement in so many words,
>> yet many of them say things that imply it.
>>
>> Back in the 1990s, when the university at which I then taught didn't
>> have enough classroom space in the building where we usually held our
>> classes, some were scheduled for a building that housed the
>> university's nuclear physics research reactor. To their credit,
>> though only after some pushback, they let faculty refuse classroom
>> assignments there - despite assurances that the level of radiation in
>> the building was completely safe. I did. (I still fly to Australia
>> and New Zealand, though. Getting there by ship from North America
>> takes too long. Fortunately, the chances of my fathering any more
>> children are small.)
>>
>> Caveat user.
>>
>> Efrem
>>
>>> On Sep 14, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Guerri Stevens
>>> <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com <mailto:guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>> wrote:
>>>
>>> We hire people to do some of our yard work, but I still enjoy
>>> puttering around. I wonder about people whose job or business is
>>> landscaping and other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind.
>>> And some of these dangers don't come to light right away.
>>>
>>> On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
>>>> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
>>>> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
>>>> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
>>>> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>>>>
>>>> ------------------------------------------
>>>> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
>>>>> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.
>>>
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Old September 14th, 2019, 12:37 PM
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You do have the heart and soul of a teacher.

On Sat, Sep 14, 2019, 12:47 PM 'Efrem G Mallach' via Dixonary <
dixonary (AT) googlegroups (DOT) com> wrote:

> The history of science is replete with things that were thought to be
> benign but were later found to cause serious problems over time.
>
> - Lewis Carroll's mad hatter was not a random turn of phrase. Exposure to
> mercury in making felt for hats causes a neurological disease, erethism,
> also called "mad hatter's disease" or "mad hatter's syndrome."
>
> - Marie Curie died of anemia caused by exposure to radium. Despite that,
> it was used to make glow-in-the-dark watches well into the last half of the
> 20th century. The workers who applied it to watch dials would wet their
> brushes in their mouths, leading to radium necrosis of the jaw..
>
> - Many of us are old enough to remember when three out of four doctors
> recommended Chesterfield cigarettes.
>
> - Any number of plant and animal species were introduced to new regions to
> control pests, and turned out to be worse pests.
>
> - And what will we find out, a few decades from now, about genetically
> modified foods?
>
> The unifying thread to many of these examples is that not only did
> something cause harm, but the mechanism through which it caused harm was
> not known to the science of the day. ("The day" is not always long ago.)
> Thus, a scientist who was asked if something could be harmful could
> honestly reply "No, it can't," because it could not cause harm through any
> known mechanism. Therefore, anyone who says something can't be harmful
> (e.g., "GMOs can't hurt you") is essentially saying "we know all there is
> to know about all possible mechanisms through which something can harm us."
> I don't think any reputable scientist would agree with that statement in so
> many words, yet many of them say things that imply it.
>
> Back in the 1990s, when the university at which I then taught didn't have
> enough classroom space in the building where we usually held our classes,
> some were scheduled for a building that housed the university's nuclear
> physics research reactor. To their credit, though only after some pushback,
> they let faculty refuse classroom assignments there - despite assurances
> that the level of radiation in the building was completely safe. I did. (I
> still fly to Australia and New Zealand, though. Getting there by ship from
> North America takes too long. Fortunately, the chances of my fathering any
> more children are small.)
>
> Caveat user.
>
> Efrem
>
> On Sep 14, 2019, at 12:18 PM, Guerri Stevens <guerri (AT) guerristevens (DOT) com>
> wrote:
>
> We hire people to do some of our yard work, but I still enjoy puttering
> around. I wonder about people whose job or business is landscaping and
> other yard work, and who use chemicals of some kind. And some of these
> dangers don't come to light right away.
> On 9/12/2019 9:47 PM, Tony Abell wrote:
>
> My definition was a real one for heptachlor. There have been a lot of
> pesticides that turned out to be dangerous to humans or other untargeted
> animals. Personally, I'm not convinced yet that glyphosate is one of them, at
> least when used occasionally by homeowners.
>
> ------------------------------------------
> On 2019-09-12 at 15:16 Guerri Stevens wrote:
>
>
> the pesticide definition: is it really Roundup by any chance. I used it
> for many years, and was horrified to learn that it was dangerous.
>
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