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#1 2012-02-19 17:18:44

JuanTwoThree
Eggcornista
From: Spain
Registered: 2009-08-15
Posts: 376

A dumpling ground

We, therefore, consult regularly with AAU to ensure that we do not turn the university into a dumpling ground of irrelevant books

That is already a serious danger in the area of the Kola penin sula, which the Russians have long been using as a dumpling ground

Brian, Gloucestershire is ALREADY a dumpling ground for other people’s rubbish. Look at the hazardous waste faciltiy at Bishop’s Cleeve.

No sense to this, that I can see.


On the plain in Spain where it mainly rains.

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#2 2012-02-19 20:47:56

burred
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From: Montreal
Registered: 2008-03-17
Posts: 991

Re: A dumpling ground

Might be a case of fingers trippling over the l when hitting the pl. See for instance Emplire State Building. Dumplings should not be maligned like that. The only time I’ve eaten dumplings, they were fist-sized dough balls on a stew made by a rosy-cheeked dumplingesque woman. Eat, you’re so skinny.

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