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Old 21st Feb 2006, 18:48
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Twotters still on the run I see,

Heres one to put Monsier Grumpy in his place...

Grange Hill
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 18:54
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Not at all, little sailor type person.

Goodge Street
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 19:33
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a well contrived run of play. so i continue the run by submitting ...

Queen Anne's Gate
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:13
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I'll trump your queen annes gate with a cheeky...

Charing Cross
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:24
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using colpitts oscillation with a suffolk horizonal polarisation

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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:29
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Colpits' ossilatiom was rejected by the IMCC as a valid gambit some 328 years ago.I would urge you to reconsider lest Mrs Trellis hears of this unenviable faux-pas!

Dollis Hill (Twotters fave)
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:33
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well ex_m i can see you ego enlarging

i will have to go ...

Piccadilly Circus
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:42
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One has to advise that spiders that stray into unknown territory are liable to get squashed unless armed with appropriate escape gambits.

A quick perusal of Cribbit's offers oneself some guidance on effective remedy of your move...

Van Gogh sinusoidal oblique preference with a VS of 1400fpm,coupled with Horace's 18th adjunct gives us...

AMS-Sciphol

Twotter can be understood here

Gezzelig!!
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 20:46
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As used by Postlethwaite in the 1932 Helsinki semi final, Twizzlefoot's Elliptical Sidestep to

Great Portland Road


Although there are some who question the move, the argument revolves mainly around the use of the small green thing with a lump on the end. It has been shown that the main opponents of Twizzlefoot are usually those found wearing a little pink ballet dress and army boots and clutching a jelly while hiding in a cupboard, ie, mad as a box of frogs.
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 21:03
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Burnt oak........
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 21:26
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A Time Slip response gives us:

Honor Oak Park
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 21:33
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Im mighty impressed by Twotter's last move!

Kensington

Would Herr Twotter care to demonstrate a Xhosa gambit...as far as I know one has not been utilised ever since that ill-fated Rorke's drift affair several years ago.
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 21:35
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I'll leap in with an example:

Mana Pools
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 21:43
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Pretoria central

Ifumanekaphi ibhari?



<Is it just me or dont the smilies work??>
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Old 21st Feb 2006, 22:14
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. Nope, tis you.

OK, on an Easterly:

West Hounslow.
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Old 22nd Feb 2006, 06:15
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Rorke's Drift would have been the Zulus, Mr Matlow. Xhosa and Zulu being mortal enemies, one recommends placing yer bed on tins of medicinal sand to ward off the tokoloshe.

A simple Fensham Sequence to

Heron Quays
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Old 22nd Feb 2006, 07:55
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The Sequence does not seem quite right, but as I cannot put my finger on it:

Mudchute.
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Old 22nd Feb 2006, 08:14
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Praise the Lord - movement!

Hatfield

Good to see you all once again. Thought I'd make an aviation related move on the British Rail network.
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Old 22nd Feb 2006, 09:45
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For the attention of Ex-Matelot

using colpitts oscillation with a suffolk horizonal polarisation
Sudbury Hill
That move yesterdayat 20hours 24minutes by SpencerBabe. Was entirely legitimate.
I previously used it on the 22nd of November last, at 22.45 page 33 entry 647. You Ex-Matelot, are "out of order"
Boberts and Highbrawn Treastis, Underground my Garden.
Is the tome to read.
Ealing Common

Might one suggest an apology is in order
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Old 22nd Feb 2006, 11:43
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The move was ratified by the Dushanbe Protocol of 1956 as well, your Lordship.


Osterley
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