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Daniel Andreasson wrote:
>Adam Walker wrote:
>
>>No it ian't.
>
>And now we're all waiting for the definition
>of the word "ian't". :)

It's the word for "bridge" in a Danish-Sindarin pidgin. The apostrophe
signifies the "sto/d" (sorry can't write a proper slashed-o on the Uni's
computer).

                                           Andreas

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