>To wit, you too
>Another night owl like myself, I see!
>Anglicko-cesky teologicky slovnik - Vydavatelstvi Karolinum - one of those
>Re. the glossaries: I hadn't seen the one on church institutions. Do you
>have any details?
in stapled booklet form available a couple of months ago at the university
bookshop on Jan Palach Square and it does have a list of personal names such
as Simon Horlivec and Juda Makabejsky but I'm afraid your Nilo is too
obscure for it. I find it handy for church names with assumptions and
ascensions and stuff...I can bring it along when we meet up in the near
>Don't reckon there is one. Anybody know any better?
>A more general question: does anyone know where I can get hold a C->E
>dictionary for *geology*? I would kill (murder/commit homicide) for one...
- It was written thus:
>>Another night owl like myself, I see![groan!]
>To wit, you too
A peek at that Teologicky slovnik would be interesting...
Re. coffee, I'll be in Town again next Wednesday, 24th - so far, I seem to
have kept the morning free. Any chance for you then Melvyn? And/or anyone
On the CJ-AJ geology dictionary, I hear occasional whispers that one of the
geological institutes may have put one together some years ago. Since no-one
I know has actually *seen* one, however, this could be just another 'urban
myth' - or is it?
- I won�t be able to meet the next week; I will be on vacation at Las Islas de
Balleares in Mediterranean sea (sounds much better than "I am going go
Mallorca", doesn�t?); however, I will have, of course, my laptop with me,
and I will stay in contact.
> Re. coffee, I'll be in Town again next Wednesday, 24th - so far, I seem to
> have kept the morning free. Any chance for you then Melvyn? And/or anyone
> else -
> Kostas, Irena?