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Re: poH taD pagh poH bIr

Doq (doq@embarqmail.com)



I think that if you are in a place where the climate is such that  
outdoor water freezes all the time, then {jarmey taD} works.  
Otherwise, winter is {jarmey bIr}. I don't see a need to use these  
fine adjectival verbs as relative clauses.

Doq

On Dec 15, 2007, at 2:13 PM, Eric Zay wrote:

> bIrbogh jarmey = "the cold months."
> SuSvaj
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> Thorwald Peeters <qlingon@xs4all.nl> wrote: While discussing the  
> smell of clementines/mandarines, I and a friend were
> wondering what would best describe winter: {poH taD} or {poH bIr}.
> Knowing that neither do fully cover the load, I thought better to  
> ask here
> too...
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> Thorwald Peeters
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