"Foley, Brian (Galway)" wrote:
>> 'brace of pheasants' was what inspired my sysadmin vision. I though it meant
> multiple pheasants, but it's actually just two as several people have
> pointed out. www.m-w.com says that it comes from the latin braccia (arms),
> which I guess makes some sort of twisted sense.
>> Still, its amazing what you learn off ILUG.
I'm still waiting for that wingbeat + laden (african) swallow answer!
> 'sprong' is pretty cool, but it's already used in C:
twoddle to that ...
A sprong is a two pronged pitchfork used for tossing hay & straw!
Should also be great as LARTs for use aganinst those who kill the power
on your Linux boxen cause they always seem _very_ sharp at the
 pathetic effort to drag this back on topic!
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