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yeah, they aren't much easier to understand when read out loud. you know i had always thought this, but are the Carpe feegles the "long Lake Clan" they mention in the tiffany books?
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I think that's the implication. King Verence granted (with Nanny Ogg's urging) the clan the land at the lake.
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Thank you all for informative replies...I had no idea that humming meant stinky as in a stinky cheese! Definitely a Britishism!
I will re-read Wintersmith again.
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