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ClareA
This recipe featured in Telegraph Weekend last Saturday (24 Jan), and I'm keen to try it. It calls for 400g buckwheat flour, which I cannot find here in the Isle of Man. There's almost every other...
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BobbyBobBob
What exactly is in place to stop these new terrorists that are being brainwashed on the internet and are already in our country ready to randomly go out and cause damage? It's one thing being able to...
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ClareA
My Outlook 2010 has recently started denying me access to my emails. I may be jumping to conclusions, but I'd heard Microsoft was withdrawing support for this product. My server is manx.net, so I...
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boingboing
Hi, never thought I'd actually be saying this but I am considering giving up on the Saturday Telegraph General Knowledge Crossword which appears in then Weekend section of the paper. I've done it or...
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ClareA
I've long been seeking these things - pie tins with a holey base so that the base crust cooks well and crisps. I identified some in the US (Chicago Metallic, River Road) but there seems to be a...
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johnrambo18
Is the word "defence" or "defense" - or is the version with S the American way of spelling?...
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ClareA
Does anyone know whether these can be bought in packs as a snack or for cooking? I discovered them in a yogurt recently and was really taken with the taste! I've googled them of course, but most sites...
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AndiFlatland
We have a symbol for 'at' - @. And we have 2 symbols for 'and' - +, &. Why don't we have one for 'the'? After all, it's probably the most frequently used word in just about every language. Make sense,...
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Scylax
According to a recent survey ( D. Telegraph 15 /1/13), many, many women would be suspicious of a man who opened a door, gave up a seat in a bus, etc. as an act of good manners/ chivalry. Personally, I...
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ClareA
Last longer than others where French water treated o-t-e-r
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ClareA
Not a question, more a comment. Today I read in the Times the following quote from the erstwhile lead 'singer' of Oasis. 'I like winding me [sic] dogs up. I shake the lead saying "Walkies"...
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I've just had an email from a senior partner that quotes the phrase 'False of habit'. I've never heard that one before. Ones you hear often are Damp Squib, or Doggy Dog World. Are there any others you...
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EvianBaby
My dad, who is very particular about the correct use of the english language thinks that 'I went to Tescos' is fine. I disagree, there should be no S. Who is correct?...
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Myriad2112
..... It's not really my cup of fish!
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ClareA
Be as brief as I can... My Dad died last year, my Mum in 2003. All major financial matters such as probate, transfer of monies, &c, have been dealt with. Now I'm addressing the matter of some...
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ClareA
I logged on for their free 14-day trial, and entered my late father's details (which I know minutely) as a starting point. Their system directed me to a man of the same surname but different first...
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ClareA
I want to make the Stevie Parle (Daily Telegraph, Sat 17th December) spice mix recipe as a present. The cutting was so small, I've lost it! Does anyone have it, please?
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AndyAS
Stuck on one .... 16A In mountaineering, unable to move from a position on a cliff (8) ?R?G?A?T Thank you...
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Bobbisox
wherever you are ? I always have and always will........
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brenda
recall the very first holiday you went on, as a child? Mine was at the age of 8, at a B and B in Blackpool, somewhere in the Tower region. The landlady was a fearsome lady , very large in a cross-over...

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