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    “I nose the treasure chest is wet” (Forrest)
    do we know any of his dogs names ?

    (the vid was of Aliens scene.. @55h0le5 and elbows)

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    “I nose the treasure chest is wet” (Forrest)
    The name Chad is a local word meaning "large expanse of water", in other words, a "lake"

    https://books.google.com/books?id=iU...istice&f=false

    not far, but too far to walk

    if not RAF.. then REME ?

    the smell of the FORGE

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    “I nose the treasure chest is wet” (Forrest)


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    I wonder if this is about the window for the lunar eclipse tonight, and Mars

    Crop Circle at  Gurston Ashes, Nr Fovant, Wiltshire. Reported 23rd July 2018
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    https://www.houseofnames.com/shugborough-family-crest

    The various spellings include Shuckburgh, Shuckborough, Shuckburg, Shuckberg and others.

    The surname Shugborough was first found in Warwickshire at Upper Shuckburgh, a parish, in the union of Southam, Southam division of the hundred of Knightlow....Today, Shuckburgh Hall is a privately owned country house mansion and has been the home of the Shuckburgh family since the 12th century.

    Found in Warwickshire: the Shuckburgh folios | The Shakespeare blog

    But this copy is unknown, and three of the four copies for sale come from the collection held at Shuckburgh Hall. The First Folio is known to have been purchased by Sir George Augustus Shuckburgh-Evelyn in around 1800 and has remained quietly on the shelf ever since. Shakespeare’s First Folios are extremely well-documented.

    Even since 2011 there have been two discoveries: the St Omer copy found in France that brought the total up to 233, and this one, presumably number 234. The library in France didn’t realise that the book was an original 1623 edition, but the Shuckburgh family had always known, but just didn’t tell anybody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astreeturover View Post
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    I wonder if this is about the window for the lunar eclipse tonight, and Mars

    Crop Circle at  Gurston Ashes, Nr Fovant, Wiltshire. Reported 23rd July 2018
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Shuckburgh-Evelyn

    He made a series of astronomical observations and an ephemeris, which he published in twelve volumes between 1774 and 1797. In 1791 the Shuckburgh telescope was installed at his private observatory in Warwickshire, England.[3][4] Included among his observations were measurements of lunar surface features. The crater Shuckburgh on the Moon is named after him.

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    https://www.dictionary.com/browse/grail

    Word Origin and History for grail
    n.
    c.1300, "the Holy Grail," from Old French graal "Holy Grail, cup," earlier "large shallow dish," from Medieval Latin gradalis "a flat dish or shallow vessel," perhaps ultimately from Latin crater "bowl," from Greek krater "bowl, especially for mixing wine with water."

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    The Shepherds Monument by Andrew Baker

    The earliest known reference which is definitely dated is a letter from William Shenstone, a poet famous for his garden "The Leasowes" which has close links with Shugborough. The letter, to Mr Graves, is dated October 3rd 1759 and it particularly deals with inscriptions and mottos.

    "Now you speak of our Arcadias, pray, did yon ever see a print or drawing of Poussin's Arcadia? The idea of it is so very pleasing to me, that I had no peace till I had used the inscription on one side of Miss Dolman's urn, " Et in Arcadia Ego." Mr. Mr Anson has the two shepherds with the monument and inscription in alto relievo at Shugborough.

    "Mr. Dodsley will borrow me a drawing of it from Mr. Spence. See it described, vol. I. page 53. of the Abbé du Bos, " sur la poesie et la peinture."(7)


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