Re: hello, and some gernal help please
- --- In email@example.com, "lord_fearghus" <fearghuslist@...> wrote:
> but is there site that has the once that are missing formWhat's there is there. If Effingham-sensei would just listen to our
> sengokudaimyo site.
pleas to complete the "under construction" bits.....
> here what I like to start working on, I want to list form what IYour links are producing 404 errors. Can you check the addresses and
> think is easiest to headrest. please let me know if I got some them
> switched around or a better way to start.
Be sure to check out the Links and Files sections at
http://groups/yahoo.com/group/sca-jml as there may be more information
you will find helpful there.
Saionji no Hanae
- Noble Cousin!
Greetings from Solveig!
Given the life-cycle of cloth in pre-modern Japan, I can easily
believe that kesa really were supposed to be made of rags which had
gone beyond all of the other possible uses for the things including
Your Humble Servant
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