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Re: dualing banjos

On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 09:38:23AM -0500, "Keith G. Murphy" <keithmur@mindspring.com> was heard to say:
> (3) "Duel" in English means "fight", but "dual" means "double", "twain",
> or "paired".

  It also helps that "dual" is often used in reference to computers (eg,
"dual processor")

> Funny how stuff isn't funny anymore once you explain it.  :-/

  "Analyzing humor is like analyzing a frog:
   you can do it, but the frog tends to die in the process."
     (I believe that's EB White?)


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