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    Re: Your tender mercies . . .

    Ooops!

    Well, i did say "ponderous or even pedantic." Now you know i aint foolin'
    <blushes, puts the toe of one foot on top of the other>
    Andrew
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    Re: Your tender mercies . . .

    -- writes Stuigi

    This is a difficult question to answer, in America where Left tendencies are so discredited and so widely misunderstood. I am a bit of a syncretist, I am afraid. I might call...
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    Re: Your tender mercies . . .

    Dear Hirch --
    Thanks for your exelent suggestions. I have really enjoyed reading the reviews. A woman-friend of mine who is helping me sharpen my wardrobe gave me essentially the same advice (thoug...
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    Re: Your tender mercies . . .

    Wow, thanks Russell!

    What I especially like about your description is the emotional atmosphere that the scent of tea evokes for me, one of relaxation or civilized conversation, bracing yet...
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    Your tender mercies . . .

    Dear Basenotes aficionados,

    I have always been sensitive to odors in the context of food and living space, but I have recently become very intrigued with scent as an aspect of personal esthetics...
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