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    WOSSNAME -- JANUARY 2002 -- PART 3 OF 3 (continued) ... ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 9) GOFAD DUES REDUCED US members will be pleased to hear
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      9) GOFAD DUES REDUCED

      US members will be pleased to hear that, due to changes in
      the world economy, the US dollar is now worth more, and
      GOFAD has lowered their membership fee for US members
      from $26 to $25. Might be a good time to join, if you're interested.

      Membership in the KFL and its continental groups will, of course,
      continue to be free as is this newsletter. We are not GOFAD -
      we're just affiliated with them.

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      10) PUZZLE -- WITCHES ABROAD

      by Cat Tiger Li

      Answer the questions and put the letter
      indicated into the spot shown. Read the word
      backwards and discover "the girl of ashes."
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      Example: Pratchett - 1st letter: ANSWER: Terry LETTER: T
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      1. The black cockerel - 5th letter

      2. Granny's sister - 1st letter

      3. The Voodoo Lady - 5th letter

      4. Mother Hollow - 2nd letter

      5. Magrat's grandmother - 2nd letter

      6. Granny - 1st letter

      7. Mr. Saturday's title - 1st letter

      8. A coach for one - 3rd letter

      9. Mr. Cat - 3rd letter

      Put all these letters into the space below
      and read them backwards, from right to left:

      __/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/__/ = The Girl of Ashes
      1*/ 2*/ 3*/4*/ 5*/6*/7*/8*/*9/

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      11) HELPFUL CURSES

      This web site randomly generates Elizabethan curses.
      There are 388,000 that can show up. Sound just like
      Shakespeare "Thou saucy toad spotted pumpion"

      http://www.tower.org/insult/insult.html

      -- Fi (lucivar8@...)
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      (12) LAST MINUTE NEWS: TRUCKERS ON THE STAGE

      WORLD PREMIERE OF TRUCKERS ON TOUR IN 2002

      Terry Pratchett’s hugely successful book Truckers, a
      Smarties book award nominee in 1989, is being given
      its world stage premiere in 2002 in a ground-breaking
      co-production between three regional theatres, Harrogate
      Theatre, the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry and the Theatre
      Royal, Bury St Edmunds.

      Truckers has been adapted for the stage by Bob Eaton,
      Artistic Director of the Belgrade and will be directed by
      Rob Swain, from Harrogate Theatre. It tells the story of
      how the thousands of tiny nomes who live under the
      floorboards of a large department store, Arnold Brothers
      (est 1905), escape to the great Outside when the store,
      their whole world, is closed for demolition. They need
      nerve, lots of pieces of string and a large truck! It all
      makes for a breathtaking adventure story which all the
      family are sure to enjoy. The production will combine
      live action with film – a truly multi-media experience.

      Truckers will be touring to the following theatres in 2002:

      Harrogate Theatre 15-30 March 2002
      Box Office 01423 502116

      Belgrade Theatre, Coventry 3-20 April
      Box Office 02476 553055

      Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage 23-27 April
      Box Office 08700 131030

      Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds 7-11 May
      Box Office 01284 769505

      Civic Theatre, Darlington 14-18 May
      Box Office 01325 486555

      The Hawth, Crawley 22-25 May
      Box Office 01293 553636

      The Castle, Wellingborough 28 May-1 June
      Box Office 01933 270007

      Lyceum, Sheffield 5-8 June
      Box Office 0114 2496000

      Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield 11-15 June
      Box Office 01484 430528

      Everyman Theatre Cheltenham 25-29 June
      Box Office 01242 572573
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      Copyright (c) 2002 by Klatchian Foreign Legion
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