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: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 05:17:10 -0700Subject: Re: [bbshop] Re: The Great Pavarotti
HEY!!!I resemble that remark!:-)Cindy <thbeatgozon69@...
> wrote:---That's ok. I once read that "baritone" was derived from the latin words baro tonum, and that it meant "bats in the belfry".I wonder if that explains a LOT about some baris I know. LOL Toungue firmly planted in cheek,Cindy (from MN)8 days to go till my region 6 contest..Yeah!In email@example.com
, "bucknerx4" <tenor@...> wrote:>> HEY!!!> > I resemble that remark!> > : )> > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, Joe De Felice <showglowjoe@> wrote:> >> > At 9/9/2007 02:37 PM, Ken Buckner wrote:> > Tenor is an old Indian word meaning "tin ear".. If you say it real > > fast and soften the "e" it comes out "tenar" (tenor) hence the term.> > > > Ken Buckner> > Baritone> > > > Hmmmm... and no smiley?????? What will Kipp think of this, > > Dad??>---------------------------------You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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